Autumn Sundays at Hole Park Gardens
Hole Park Gardens in Kent is renowned for its beauty all year round including spectacular autumn colour.
The stunning exotic border is still in full bloom in October, as are the late flowering agapanthus ‘Hole Park Blue’ which are unique to the park.
The mature trees and Japanese Maples provide striking autumn colour around the 16 acre gardens and 10 acre woodland.
Visitors can enjoy a circular walk which takes walkers past a delightful carved wooden sculpture of a family of bears climbing a tree to reach a honey pot and also a renovated Ice House which was built in around 1740 to store ice long before the days of refrigeration. When the ice was cut and stacked it would last for up to three years in this cool environment!
Open on Wednesday and Thursdays until the end of October visitors can also enjoy additional Sunday opening on 7, 14, 21 and 28 October 2018. from 11 am to 6 pm.
Lunches, afternoon tea with homemade cakes will be available in the coach house tea room where there is also a plant stall selling a varied selection of plants to take home. Jam, preserves, beer and apple juice from the Hole Park Estate are also available.