It is with great sadness that we have learnt of the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh. We extend our deepest sympathies to Her Majesty The Queen and all members of the Royal Family.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh was the Ranger of the Great Park for nearly 70 years and during this time his impact on one of the most recognised landscapes in the world has been immense. He has provided guidance and insight to our team to help them manage the Great Park and the wider estate, from the farms to the wildlife to the ancient woodlands, ensuring it can continue to offer a rich sanctuary for all, for generations to come. We will miss him greatly and there is no doubt that his influence will continue to be seen in our work across the Great Park.
His Royal Highness’s commitment to protecting the Great Park for the long-term can be best summed up in his own words: “The management of land is a very long-term business and the best results can only be achieved if there is confidence and continuity. We are enjoying the gardens and avenues and amenities planted by previous generations and it is because I feel myself to be a temporary custodian that I am planting for future generations.”
Recognised as one of the finest woodland gardens in the country The Savill Garden is a hidden gem in the heart of Windsor Great Park. Commissioned by George V, the Garden was created in 1932 by Eric Savill and, under the careful guidance of the Keeper of the Gardens and team of horticulturists – it is as majestic today as it was then.
With seasonal displays in beautifully themed landscaped areas, groups can wander its paths, gaze at the magnificent trees, and admire its abundant variety of flowers and rare plants. You will be connecting with decades of Royal history – from the original weeping willow tree, to the most recent addition – the magnificent Rose Garden opened by Her Majesty The Queen in July 2002.
This year we have produced a digital guide that you can view online, download or just print the page that you want to keep. We hope you that you like the new look which is great for the environment too.
We want to make your visit as relaxed as The Savill Garden itself, so we have put together some amazing group benefits for our visitors, and, whether you are travelling by coach or by other means of transport, we look forward to welcoming you for a special and memorable day out.
Benefits for group and coach visitors*:
*Minimum group size is ten (10). Maximum two (2) free tickets for familiarisation visit to The Savill Garden. Free ticket for group organiser is available for the 11th person in the group when visiting the Garden only. Coach and car parking is free with your paid ticket to the Garden otherwise charges will apply. Coach parking must be booked in advance.
Mar - Oct 2021
Adult: £10 per person
Children (5-15yrs)*: £5 per person
Nov 2021 - Feb 2022
Adult: £6 per person
Children (5-15yrs)*: £2.50 per person
Blue Badge Guides: FREE
Group Organiser: FREE*
*Minimum group size is ten (10). Free ticket for group organiser is available for the 11th person in the group when visiting the Garden only. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Mon-Fri 10am - 3pm
If you want to make the most of your group day out we offer a wide choice choice of group packages for you to choose from. Take a look here or order your free Group Visitors Guide.
There's nothing better after a stroll through the Garden than a slice of cake or a tasty hot dish. Take a look at our pre-booked hot menu, packed lunch or a traditional cream teaRead More