Jephson Garden

Laid out in 1831 as informal riverside walks, the original Newbold Gardens were developed as formal pleasure grounds after 1846 in honour of Dr Henry Jephson. The Jephson Gardens gained renown for their entertainments, trees and flowers. They are listed as Grade II on the English Heritage register of historic parks and gardens. Like many parks they fell into slow decline after World War II but since 1999 have been restored and renewed by Warwick District Council. For the children there play area is a ship theme complete with sand play and a field for ball games and a boating lake for all ages. This delightful Victorian oasis is now complemented by a stunning sub tropical glasshouse, restaurant and teaching studio, the jewel in the crown of Leamingtons wealth of parks and gardens.

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Car

Parking and disabled parking in Newbold Terrace. On street parking in Dormer Place. Nearest pay and display is St Peter’s multi-storey car park.

Train

10 minutes from Leamington Spa station via Pump Room Gardens.

Bus

most services stop at the Lower Parade or the Parish Church.

Admission

Opening times:

8am to Dusk

Prices:

Free

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