Hoveton Hall Gardens Easter Treasure Hunt
Easter Treasure Hunt at Hoveton Hall Friday 6th - Monday 9th April
The whole family can enjoy Hoveton Hall Gardens this Easter. As well as exploring the gardens themselves, there is a special Easter Treasure Hunt as well as new children's activity trails. The Easter Treasure Hunt is free once admission has been paid.
Admission prices are £8 for adults and £4 for children aged 5 to 16. Family tickets are available.
All participants in the treasure Hunt will receive an Easter prize. Gardens are open from 10.30am to 5.00pm.
For more information visit www.hovetonhallgardens.co.uk or call 01603 782558 or 07825 517647.
Easter Treasure Hunt– Mar-12
Toni Turner or Alison Haynes at The Publicity Works:
01263 761000; email@example.com
Harry Buxton, Estate Manager Hoveton Hall Gardens
07825 517647; firstname.lastname@example.org
Set at the edge of the Norfolk Broads, Hoveton Hall Gardens is a delightful mix of formal and informal planting across the seasons. The Hall itself (which is not open to the public), was built between 1809 and 1812 is attributed to Humphry Repton. The walled Kitchen Garden and layout of the ‘Spider Garden’ are shown on maps as early as 1841. Extensive work to the Water Gardens was carried out in the 1920s, by Geoffrey Buxton, and much of the collection of rhododendrons and azaleas was planted under his direction by Waterers Nurseries. The Gardens are home to an 18thcentury ice well and an early 19th century glass house – one of only three of its type in the country. The Arboretum has over 200 specimen trees and the Kidney Lake attracts kingfishers and grey herons.