The Garden Landscape Guide

Boscobel House Garden

A seventeenth century timber framed house with a garden which has been fully restored to its seventeenth century character in accordance with an old print. This is the type of garden which was Bacon had in mind when writing his famous essay 'Of Gardens' (www.gardenvisit.com/t/bacon.htm).

Brewood, Bishop's Wood, Shropshire, England, ST19 9AR

April to October. Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holidays. Open 10am to 5pm.

Adult £4.90

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