Mount Ephraim Gardens
Just head to https://www.mountephraimevents.co.uk/.../2021-season.../ to purchase yours in advance or why not treat a loved one to a season ticket for Christmas!
Please note: we are using our events site to sell season tickets so it may look like you're registering for an event on 1st April rather than for a season ticket. Please don't worry - you will indeed be buying a season ticket for the whole season! We won't post anything out in advance - you'll just need to bring your email confirmation with you on the first day of your visit and we'll exchange it for a credit card sized season ticket. If you're buying a present for someone for Christmas and would like something physically posted out, please get in touch with Lucy after purchase by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Mount Ephraim Gardens is set in ten glorious acres of stunning Edwardian terraced gardens against a backdrop of the beautiful Kent countryside. These ten acres of gardens, set in the heart of an 800 acre estate have magnificent views over the Swale and Thames Estuaries.
The gardens feature a Japanese rock garden, water garden and lake, arboretum and a spectacular grass maze with a play area for children. They are also home to an extensive collection of spring bulbs, trees and shrubs including Rhododendrons, many types of Camelias and Magnolias.
The elaborate and unusual topiary with a miscellany of birds, animals and First World War memorabilia in clipped yew truly captures the imagination. The Millennium Rose Garden abundant with scented roses and a traditional herbaceous border complete this stunning area. Visitors can experience the sight of the Millennium Rose Garden in full bloom and the intoxicating colours and scents in mid summer.
The unique 'Miz Maze' creation, planted with ornamental grasses and herbaceous perennials is something to look forward to as the days get shorter with its dancing grasses and dramatic swirls of wild flowers, which are alive with pollinating insects and wildlife best seen as the summer draws to a close.
Mount Ephraim has been home to the Dawes Family for over 300 years and is a lasting monument to a more graceful and leisurely age. Every time of year at Mount Ephraim Gardens brings it own distinctive pleasures.
Garden Wedding Area at Mount Ephraim
Garden adjacent to the Tea Room
Beautiful blooms at Mount Ephraim
House at Mount Ephraim Gardens
Enjoy Afternoon Tea at Mount Ephraim
View from the front lawn at Mount Ephraim
Lower pond at Mount Ephraim Gardens
Opening hours 11am until 3pm on Wednesdays to Sundays during October.
The West Wing Kitchen and Tea Room is operating a kiosk serving hot and cold drinks, cakes, scones, ice creams and light lunches to take away and enjoy in the gardens. There is currently no inside or outside seating provided.
There is more information online at https://www.mountephraimgardens.co.uk/the-…/plan-your-visit/ on the measures we will be putting in place to ensure everyone's safety and to help you plan your visit.
Conference / Meeting facilities
Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and Registered Assistance Dogs welcome
Restaurant / Cafe / Tea shop
Children: £2.50 (Aged 4 - 16)
Family Ticket £17 (2 adults & 2 children)
Groups & Season Tickets Available - Ask For Details
Wheelchair user £1