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Tickets, prices, opening hours …
and how to find us


Main Season Opening Hours

10.30am to 5pm daily from 29th March 2019 to October, in conjunction with the Bressingham Steam Museum.

The Bressingham Gardens main open season coincides with that of our partner on site, the Bressingham Steam Museum, from whom all tickets for this season can be purchased, entry through the Steam Museum. To advance book tickets for the main open season please phone 01379 686 900.

Main Season Garden Tickets

include entry to the Steam Museum but does not include rides.

Adult (including charitable Gift Aid) £8.99
Adult with no Gift Aid £8.17

Concession 65+ with Gift Aid £8.49
Concession 65+ without Gift Aid £7.72

Child (3 – 16 years) with Gift Aid £5.59
Child (3 – 16 years) without Gift Aid £5.08

Gardeners’ Days

These quieter days are Mondays and Tuesdays out of school holiday periods, usually only one diesel train and Gallopers will be operating.

How to find us

The Bressingham Gardens lay to the west of Wyevale 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 three connected venues lie south of the A1066 road, 21/2 miles west of Diss, 14 miles east of Thetford.

Recent News


  • “What a joy it is to share – Beauty everywhere! Many thanks”

  • “I’ve always wanted to visit, it exceeds expectations.”

  • “A stunning hidden gem. I feel sorry for those missing out! Very well kept & maintained.”

  • “Glorious, so many wonderful plants, shrubs and flowers to feast your eyes on. Well done, appreciate the hard work that goes into making everything look so stupendous.”

  • “Turn the corner – a burst of colour & shapes takes your breath away. What a treat.”

  • “A wonderful collection which gives out peace and stimulation at the same time.”

  • “The first time that I have visited in the spring – just lovely and inspirational.”

  • “Stunning even in March”

  • “Come having seen it on Gardener’s World. Well worth the trip from Yorkshire.”

  • “Have come from Bucks to Norfolk & popped in to have a brain rest from driving. How lucky am I! The gardens look stunning, an encyclopedia of plant names and the Foggy Bottom conifers come into their own. I shall be back in the summer. Wonderful hidden jewel – no idea it was here! Staggering – literally!””

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We look forward to seeing you soon