SOLD OUT - Garden Tour with Supper - £49.95 per person
PLEASE NOTE: Garden tours for 2019 will be available to book in February/March of 2019. In order to avoid disappointment, we suggest that you sign up to the mailing list so that you are informed when garden tour dates are released.
Join a group of up to 25 guests, led by one of HRH The Prince of Wales’s expert guides, on a two-hour tour of his inspiring, organic gardens at Highgrove, before being seated for a delicious two-course supper.
During your tour you will experience many of the highlights of Highgrove, from the magnificence of the Thyme Walk to the serene, otherworldly setting of the Stumpery. From family life on the estate to tales of how HRH has crafted each garden from scratch, your tour will offer a rare glimpse into the life of The Prince of Wales.
Following your tour a refreshing glass of Pimm’s will be waiting for you at the Orchard Room, where you’ll have time to visit the Highgrove Estate Shop before supper. Stocked with an array of artisan products, this is the perfect place to find unique gift ideas and exclusive souvenirs.
Ending the evening with a delicious two-course supper, you’ll enjoy seasonal dishes freshly prepared by Highgrove’s resident chefs, and with musical accompaniment by our resident pianist. Alcoholic and soft drinks will be available to purchase with your meal. The evening will draw to a close at around 9:30pm.
Please Note: You must arrive at least 15 minutes before your tour begins and all tours must be booked in advance. Guests may arrive up to one hour before the start of their tours to browse the Highgrove Estate Shop or enjoy tea and coffee in the Orchard Restaurant.
Duration: Tour begins at 5:30pm (you may arrive up to one hour before) and evening will end around 9:30pm
Cost: £49.95 per person
If you would like to order our vegetarian option or have any special dietary requirements please contact Customer Services on 0333 222 4555
Important information about your visit:
- Due to security regulations, all visitors must bring a form of photographic ID with them on the day of their visit, ideally a passport, driving license or bus pass.
- Highgrove is The Prince of Wales’s private home and the use of mobile phones, cameras, binoculars and all recording equipment is prohibited. Please leave such items at home or in your vehicle.
- Highgrove reserves the right to cancel tours without notice in extreme circumstances, such as adverse weather conditions, and will offer visitors a refund or the opportunity to rebook their garden tour for a different date.
- For more information about security and planning your visit click here.
Please read our full terms and booking conditions.
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