Possibly one of the most interesting, beautiful and varied places on the island, encompassing many different things to see and do, including a lake-side café, Happy Hollow 9 hole Pitch & Putt course and an Edwardian Tin & Coppersmiths. The Subtropical Gardens feature many exotic species and are set in ancient woodland. They are a partner garden of the Royal Horticultural Society and recommended by the Good Garden Guide, Which Garden and 1001 Gardens to Visit Before you die. The Sculpture Park has more sculptors exhibiting their works than anywhere else in Britain.
For the duration of the Channel Islands Heritage Festival (3 April - 11 May), there will be demonstrations on the craft of making traditional milk cans in the Guernsey Coppercraft. Demonstrations take place each weekday morning, between 10am - 10.30am.
House Tours take place on Mon – Thurs, 10.30am and 11.30am; Fri and Sat, 11am.
Price: Adults £7, senior citizen £6, students £5.50, children under 14 £5.50, children under 3 go FREE.
Open daily, although some facilities may not be available all year.
Perry's guide reference: Perry's Guide page 31, E2
Accessible using the following bus routes: 11, 81, 91