Aerial view of the Jubilee Garden (within The Savill Garden).

Group visits

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 Queen Elizabeth II in July 2010

2023 Group visitors guide

To reduce our impact on the environment, we have produced a digital guide that you can view online or download.  

The original Weeping Willow tree in The Savill Garden.

Group benefits (10+ visitors) 

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*

  • A dedicated group coordinator 
  • FREE familiarisation visit for the group organiser 
  • Discounted ticket rates (see below) 
  • FREE ticket for the group organiser
  • FREE on-site coach park (with paid visits to the Garden) 
  • FREE car parking (with paid visits to the Garden) 
  • Meet & Greet from a member of our team 
  • FREE coach driver admission on the day of the visit 
  • FREE Garden map for all group visitors including accessible route/s 

*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. Groups arriving by car must arrive together.

A group of people disembarking a coach at The Savill Garden Visitor Centre car park.

Group visitor packages 

Make the most of your group day out and take advantage of a wide choice of group packages. 

Group prices and booking information 

We would recommend that you allow at least 2-3 hours to experience the Garden. Make the most of your visit to The Savill garden and Windsor. Take a look at the group visitor packages above which include:

  • Guided tours of The Savill Garden and The Valley Gardens
  • The Royal Heritage Tour & The Savill Garden
  • The Savill Garden & River Boat Cruise
  • Windsor Castle & The Savill Garden

The Savill Garden group entry prices

Children (5-16 years)£6.50
Blue Badge GuidesFree
Group leaderFree
  • Minimum group size is ten (10). Free ticket for the group leader is available for the 11th person when visiting the Garden only
  • Children and toddlers must be accompanied by an adult

Booking information


For our visitors with access requirements, we work with AccessAble to provide detailed access guides for popular areas of Windsor Great Park.

Where is The Savill Garden? 
Can I pay with cash or cheque? 

Payment across the Estate is by debit or credit card only.  

Parking at The Savill Garden? 

The coach park is directly in front of The Savill garden Visitor Centre. Coaches must be booked in advance and parking is free with your paid visit to The Savill Garden otherwise there is a £50 daily charge.

Car parking is free in The Savill Garden car park with paid entry to The Savill Garden. As you enter the car park, please collect a car park ticket. After visiting please ask a team member to validate your car park ticket so that you do not have to pay for parking on exit.

Garden entry rules

If you have not visited The Savill Garden before, please familiarise yourself with our Garden entry rules. The following items cannot be taken in to the Garden:

  • Pets or animals of any nature except registered support dogs and emotional assistance dogs. (For emotional assistance dogs you will need to present a letter from your GP at the time of your visit)
  • Musical instruments and sound systems
  • Picnics – including drinks and food in disposable wrappers
  • Balls, frisbees, balloons or any other similar item
  • Scooters, bikes, roller skates and other forms of personal transport (excluding those for disabled visitor access such as wheelchairs and personal mobility vehicles)

How to book

Enquire and book with our dedicated Group Bookings Coordinator Helen.

Monday – Friday: 10am – 3pm

Helen Buckham, Groups & Memberships Coordinator.

Helen Buckham

Group Bookings Coordinator

+44 (0)1753 847543

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