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Helmingham Hall Gardens

General Details

Helmingham is famous for its Grade 1 listed gardens, redesigned by Lady Tollemache (a Chelsea Gold Medallist) set in a 400 acre deer park surrounding a moated Tudor Hall.

Visitors enjoy the rare chance to see Herds of Red and Fallow Deer living in the wild as well as the enchanting herbaceous borders, herb and knot gardens, and rose and wild gardens.

A delicious range of local food is served in the Coach House restaurant and tearooms and the stable shops offer a wide range of local produce, plants and garden accessories and local crafts.

Events 2021:

Spring Plant Fair & Artisan Market - Sunday 30th & Monday 31st May

Music in the Gardens - Sunday 27th June

Music in the Gardens - Sunday 11th July

Festival of Classic & Sports Cars - Sunday 1st August

Music in the Gardens - Sunday 8th August

Autumn Plant Fair & Artisan Market - Sunday 19th September

Who to contact

Name
Katy Day
Position
Marketing & Events Manager
Telephone
01473 890799
Fax
01473 890776
Email
events@helmingham.com
Website
http://www.helmingham.com
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Address
Helmingham Hall Gardens
Helmingham
Stowmarket
Suffolk
Postcode
IP14 6EF

Where to go

Name
Helmingham Hall Gardens
Address
Helmingham
STOWMARKET
Suffolk
Postcode
IP14 6EF
Area served
Stowmarket
Venue Email
events@helmingham.com
Venue Website
http://www.helmingham.com
Parking available
Yes
Parking details
Free parking
Notes

AccessAble - access guide for Helmingham Hall Gardens

Days & Times

Helmingham Hall is open from May 2nd - September 19th 2021, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 11:00am - 4.30pm.
Time of day
Afternoon

Other details

Age Groups
Children (5-11), Adults, Young people
Accessibility
Disabled Parking, Wheelchair Access, Adapted Toilet
Notes

Please note the House is not open to the public. Helmingham Park hosts a wide range of events each year, including two Plant Heritage Fairs in May and September, as well as Classic car shows, Suffolk Dog Day and country shows. Please see our web site for all the latest information.

Last Updated
01/03/2021

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Great show dreadful parking
Lots of cars on show in great weather just let down by management who don't know how to park cars in fields miles from show, then you walk through half empty car parks, no one answering one and only phone number, get into the new millennium people, I know a lot of the cars were built in the 80s but we aren't still there, and don't put on your website you can ask parking attendants if you are not happy with a bumpy field to park your expensive car as they don't know anything about it