The Garden Landscape Guide

Finlaystone Garden

A nineteenth century house with a park and garden made in the early twentieth century. The Finlaystone garden has a terace, lawns, herbaceous borders, a celtic pattern made in stone and a fine view of the Clyde estuary. It is the seat of the Clan MacMillan.

Langbank, Renfrewshire, Scotland, PA14 6TJ

All year. Daily. Open 10am to 5pm.

Adult £4.00, Children (3-16)£2.50 Concession £2.50 Annual 'Finlaystone Memebrship' available as follows which runs 1st April - 31st March. How often do you visit Finlaystone? Have you ever considered Membership as it may save you money? Membership gives you free access to the estate during daylight hours until 31st March 2011, excluding ‘charity & ticketed events’ Membership tickets can be purchased from the Eye-opener visitor centre. There are various options available, choose the one that suits you best! Family membership = £63 Admits one couple and their children under 16 years old Grandparent membership = £63 Admits one couple and up to 4 of their grandchildren under 16 years old Single membership = £35 Admits one adult Concession membership = £30 Admits one concession i.e. OAP/Student

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  • almost 7 years by Anonymous 5 / 5

    great garden !

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Waterfall, Finlaystone Country Estate Photograph © Finlaystone
Finlaystone Garden, Scotland Photograph © Finlaystone/Richard Bolton
Finlaystone Country Estate, Renfrewshire Photograph © Finlaystone
Greenhouse, Finlaystone Garden Photograph © Finlaystone/Richard Bolton
Finlaystone Country Estate, Scotland Photograph © Finlaystone
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Lucifer, Finlaystone Garden Photograph © Finlaystone
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