Howick Hall Gardens

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Howick Hall has been owned by the Grey family since the early 1300's and the gardens have been developed over the past three generations to the splendor the visitor will see today. The Arboretum has over 11000 trees and shrubs from all over the world planted in 65 acres of ground. Then there are the bog garden, the walks and borders, rockery and woodland walks, whatever the time of year there is plenty to see in the Howick Hall Gardens.

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Turn off the A1 at the north end of the Alnwick Bypass on to the B1340 signposted to Denwick and the 'Alnwick Garden'. From the south turn right and from the north turn left immediately into Denwick and just past the church fork right signposted to Longhoughton. Drive through Longhoughton on B1339 and after about 1 mile the main road swings sharp left but follow the sign straight on to Howick Garden, which is about another mile further on.


Opening times (1 April - 15 November 2009):
12:00 - 18:0012:00 - 18:0012:00 - 18:0012:00 - 18:0012:00 - 18:0012:00 - 18:0012:00 - 18:00



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Address: Howick Estate Office, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 3LB, UK.
Phone: +44 1665 577 285

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