130 acres of ancient woodland and water garden with a bird hide, boat trips, a tea room, gift shop and a plant sales area. We have the UK's largest naturalised selection of candelabra primulas that flower late may - early June. We also have many rhododendrons, azaleas and hydrangeas.
The Second Lord Fairhaven bought the Hall and Garden in 1946 and worked full time to return the garden into a place of beauty. He died in 1929 and the garden was opened to the public in 1975 and has been open ever since. The current Lord Fairhaven is the chairman of the trustees and still takes a great interest in the garden.
Snowdrops, primulas, primroses, Wood anemones, Skunk cabbage and many other bog plants
Fairhaven Garden Trust, School Road, South Walsham, Norwich, Norfolk, England, NR13 6DZ
All year. Daily except 25th December. Open 10 am to 5pm or dusk (9pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays May to August).
Adult £5.00 concession £4.50 and children £2.50 (under 5s free) dogs on leads 25p (Prices from April 2009)