The Garden at Miserden

This lovely, timeless, walled garden overlooks a deer park and the rolling Cotswold hills of the Golden Valley beyond. Designed in the 17th century, the garden still retains a wonderful sense of peace and tranquillity with a topiary yew walk and quaint grass steps designed by the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, who also redesigned a wing of Miserden Park. The Park was built in 1620 and although the house is not open to the public, it provides a wonderful backdrop to the garden especially when covered in Wisteria in the spring.

The Garden is well known for its magnificent mixed borders, amongst the longest in private ownership. They contain a wonderful wide range of roses, clematis, shrubs and herbaceous plants that provide colour right through from spring to autumn. Other magical features of the garden which has spanned generations include a 200 year old Sycamore tree that has grown through a Cotswold stone wall, an ancient mulberry tree planted in 1620, a rill with fountain and stone summerhouse and an impressive new spiral of dahlias.

The Gardens at Miserden
The Gardens at Miserden

Book your tickets

Select the book now button below to buy your ticket in advance or if preferred you can purchase them at the shop or in the cafe when you arrive.

BBC Gardeners' World Magazine 2for1 - please buy your ticket on the day at the shop or in the café and present your 2for1 card to allow one free entry for the second person.  The 2for1 card can only be used once per day.


Spring and Summer Admission : £9 for adults, children under 16 years free of charge.

Spring and Summer Opening : 10am to 5pm Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays.

Autumn and Winter Admission : £9 for adults, children under 16 years free of charge.

Autumn and Winter Opening, From October : 10am to 4pm Saturdays and Sundays

Historic Houses cards accepted. You can purchase your ticket in advance by clicking the Book Here button or you can buy your ticket when you arrive.

We are also delighted to be welcoming visitors to The Glasshouse Café to enjoy hot and cold drinks, light lunches and snacks in the beautiful atmospheric glasshouse surroundings and our brand new Potting Shed Shop selling gifts and locally handmade crafts.

Please note unfortunately, dogs are not allowed into the garden.

For any queries please email


Visitors will be given a map on arrival. The majority of routes are gravel, some routes do include steps and uneven ground but there are alternatives.

Group Visits

For group visits please contact us in advance by emailing

Friends of Miserden and members of Historic Houses

Friends and HHA members can book in advance online if they wish, but it is also fine to turn up on the day.

Either way please remember to bring your valid membership card with you, as this will be scanned in order to gain entry into the garden.  If your Friends of Miserden card has expired, you can order a new one by clicking the button below.

Order Your Friends Pass Here

Please note dogs are not permitted in the garden but we do have friendly resident dogs who may come up to meet you and say hello!

The Gardens at Miserden

Discover Miserden

Cafe at Miserden

We’re delighted to be re-opening our Glasshouse Café, for refuelling walkers and garden visitors. Our Pop up restaurants will also be returning. Dogs welcome.


We have carefully selected local artisan craftsmen and women to run workshops at our renovated Peach House within the Miserden Gardens, proudly focused on our woodland theme and tranquil nurturing backdrop.

Stay at Miserden

Visit Miserden village for a spectacular bonfire night on the 5th of November! With a range food vendors and plenty of mulled wine, it's shaping up to be a fantastic evening! Book your tickets here for the evening, with all profits going to the school at Miserden.

The Estate Office, Miserden,
Near Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 7JA

01285 821 303