The Gardens are in a remote part of the country and were designed by scratch by Sir Osgood Mackenzie. It has to be one of the U.K’s most beautiful botanical attractions.
Inverewe Gardens are one mile from Poolewe, north of Gairloch in Wester Ross on the North -West coast of Scotland.
The warm currents of the North Atlantic Drift or Gulf Stream help to create an oasis of colour and fertility where exotic plants from many countries flourish on a latitude more northerly than Moscow, giving an almost continual display of colour throughout the year. Himalayan rhododendrons, Tasmanian eucalypts and many Chilean and South African plants are featured, together with a large collection of New Zealand plants including the National Collection of the genus Olearia. Visitor Centre, marked footpaths.
OPENING TIMES AND
ADMISSION CHARGES 2004
Garden open all year 9.30am-4pm.
Extended hours 1 April to 31 October 9.30am-9pm (or sunset if earlier).
1 April to 30 September:
Visitor Centre/Shop 9.30am-5pm daily;
Restaurant 10am-5pm daily.
1 October to 31 October:
Visitor Centre/Shop 9.30am-4pm daily;
Restaurant 10am-4pm daily.
Please Fax details
of bookings to 01445 781497 F.AO. Moira Crook, Secretary
NTS MEMBERS AND NT
MEMBERS ADMITTED FREE OF CHARGE
ADULT RATE £7.00
CHILDREN/OAP RATE £5.25
BOOKED GROUP RATE (over 12pax) £5.25
FAMILY TICKET £19.00
(2 Adults – up to 4 Children)
Booked School Party Rate £1.00
Please note that young students must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Driver & Courier are Free of Charge
All prices are inclusive of V.A.T.
BOOKED GUIDED WALKS – PER GUIDE
MONDAY – FRIDAY £12
SATURDAY & SUNDAY £20
TEL: 01445 781200
FAX: 01445 781497