The Gatehouse at Lullingstone Castle and The World Garden of Plants, Tom Hart Dyke, taken by Vikki Rimmer Tom Hart Dyke, Lullingstone Castle and the  World Garden of Plants
Welcome to Lullingstone Castle & The World Garden of Plants,
home of The National Collection of Eucalyptus & scene of BBC 2’s ‘Save Lullingstone Castle’ & 'Return to Lullingstone Castle' where heritage meets cutting edge horticulture.


The World Garden at Lullingstone celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2015 and to mark the occasion we have a special anniversary weekend. Click here to find out more!

Keep up-to-date with our latest news with our Spring update here

We are open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday 12 noon – 5pm until the end of September. Click here for visitor information and special event opening times including Bank Holidays.

Lullingstone Castle is one of England’s oldest family estates, dating back to the time of Domesday.

The present Manor House and Gatehouse were built in 1497 and have been home to the same family ever since. Both Henry VIII and Queen Anne are known to have been regular visitors.
Where cutting edge horticulture meets plant heritage thanks to a nine month kidnap ordeal in Colombia in 2000.

Tom Hart Dyke’s innovative World Garden, laid out in the shape of a map of the World, pays tribute to the plant hunters of old and brings horticulture bang up to date with its daring plan to grow exotic blooms, outside, in the Garden of England.







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