Plan your visit
Our Garden is on the border between Norfolk and Suffolk, in an area rich in beautiful gardens.
Ready to Welcome You as Our Gardens Open in March
We are delighted to finally be able to open the gates to the gardens now on the 27th March, along with the Steam Museum. Whilst we would normally welcome visitors to the Winter Garden from early February, there is still plenty of colour to be seen and until will cut the Cornus sanguinea ‘Midwinter Fire’, that can also still really be enjoyed.
To pre-book tickets, please follow the link here to the Bressingham Steam Museum page.
The Steam Museum will re open at the beginning of April 2023.
THE GARDENS ARE NOW CLOSED and will reopen on 11 February 2023 for freeflow visits.
SNOWDROP BONANZA this year is between 11th and 19th February on a freeflow basis, 10,30 till Dusk – £7 GET YOUR TICKET
FREE-FLOW Winter GARDEN ENTRY FROM 20th FEBRUARY £7 GET YOUR TICKETS HERE
Special Guided tour of the Winter Garden with Adrian Bloom and refreshments in the heated Barn on 26th February £25 GET TICKETS HERE
Any other time, it is possible to arrange private openings outside of season or opening times – please send as an email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Guided Visits – Read Visitors reviews
Private Guided visits are available prior arrangement – Please email email@example.com
approximately 1,5 hours £130
Main Season Garden Tickets
include entry to the Steam Museum but does not include rides.
Adult (including charitable Gift Aid) £9.50
Concession 65+ with Gift Aid £9
Child (3 – 16 years) with Gift Aid £5.59
Child (3 – 16 years) without Gift Aid £5.08
PAY ON THE DOOR
These quieter days are Mondays and Tuesdays out of school holiday periods, usually only one diesel train and Gallopers will be operating.
Season tickets are available to visit the gardens within the Steam Museum opening season between April and October at GBP 30. BUY SEASON TICKET
A group rate of £8 per person is available for parties larger than 12 visitors. It is necessary to book in advance, payment on the day at the Steam Museum entrance. Get your Booking Form here
Visiting with Dogs
We regret to inform our visitors, that unfortunately, due to steam trains running on our grounds, the public liability insurance contract will not allow dogs on site. We would love for you to be able to visit with your furry friends, and hope that Insurance companies will soon change their rules. Thank you for understanding.
How to find us
The Bressingham Gardens lay to the west of Bressingham Garden Centre and Bressingham Steam Museum, both of which have ample car parks, although on very busy holiday weekends or event days an additional car park will be open, entry west of Bressingham Church.
The Gardens lie south of the A1066 road, 2.5 miles west of Diss, 14 miles east of Thetford.
You might want to visit our neighbouring other beautiful gardens: Fuller’s Mill, Helmingham Hall, Wyken Hall, Cambridge Botanic Gardens, Anglesey Abbey to name just a few.