Welcome to the world's most extraordinary contemporary garden
07 Dec - 24 Dec 2013
Join us for a Big Winter Adventure at The Alnwick Garden
07 Dec - 08 Dec 2013
Live festive music from some of the reigon's most talented bands and singers
14 Dec - 28 Dec 2013
Decorate a Gingerbread dwelling
06 Dec - 24 Dec 2013
Traditional Christmas Market.
Join our Christmas Elves and plant your own magical seeds
22 Dec 2013
Join us for a Christmas sing-a-long, even if you haven't got the voice of an angel
Make a beautiful willow lantern with Santa's elves
26 Dec - 31 Dec 2013
Create a stunning candle table decoration in time for New Year
28 Dec 2013
Check here for early closures throughout 2013 and 2014
23 Dec - 24 Dec 2013
Join our Budding Artist Elves to create beautiful natural tree decorations
12 Dec - 19 Dec 2013
Become a baker of brilliant bread
11 Dec - 15 Dec 2013
Become the hero of your Kitchen at Christmas
21 Dec 2013
Make and Bake some Festive Faces.
See Santa, Elves, Jack Frost and Mrs Claus
Oak enchants the forest
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Hope Yet Remains With Oak
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Head Gardener's Tips #1 What to do with daffodils
Building character at The Alnwick Garden
'Olympic Heart' lily makes its world debut
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From vegetable-growing to footcare for our older visitors, the Trust's charitable projects make lasting impacts on people's lives.
Support The Garden's development and its involvement with charitable activities by becoming a Friend of The Garden.
Click here to learn about the many sponsorship opportunities there are in The Garden - from roses to cherry trees and benches.
Get stuck in as a volunteer - whether it's gardening, giving Poison Garden tours, or something else!
The Alnwick Garden is more than a garden, it is a registered charity that places people at its heart, whether they be individuals or part of a community. As well as standing for contemporary gardening excellence, The Garden stimulates change through play, learning, the arts, healthy activity, addressing disability and the economic renaissance of a rural community.