Our Garden is fully accessible, being one of the first UK Tourist destinations to be promoted on the Visit England Accessibility Guide.
Our reputation overseas is of an inclusive, accommodating venue and we are proud to have worked with a huge amount of group tour operators for many years.
There is no other garden like this in the country. The Poison Garden is packed with deadly and sometimes familiar plants. All visitors to the Poison Garden are forbidden to taste, touch or smell the plants, but do not worry our expert guides will accompany you whilst revealing myths and legends, along with facts from science and history. Poison Garden tickets can be reserved for groups.
Whether you want to grab a quick bite to eat or a dining experience you’ll never forget, we can cater for all tastes and budgets, with discounted packages available for groups.
The Treehouse’s wobbly rope bridges, wooden walkways, twinkling lights and roaring log fire provide a magical dining experience.
The Dishy Fishy
Our new Dishy Fishy Chip Shop offers a selection of traditional chip shop favourites.
The Pavilion Cafe
With a sweeping panorama of The Garden and it’s spectacular Grand Cascade, our Pavilion Café, offers a wide selection of lunches, cakes and beverages.
The Drop off and Pick up point is only a 2-minute walk from the main Garden entrance, with free wheelchair or mobility scooter hire available (subject to availability). Please state your requirements at the time of booking. Accessible route maps are available from admissions or you can visit https://www.accessibilityguides.org/content/alnwick-garden
Your driver and party will benefit from the following:
Alnwick is an historic market town with cobbled streets, local independent traders and has so much to see and do.
Within a 5 minute stroll from The Garden you will find yourselves amongst shops, restaurants, coffee shops and galleries all operated by local, independent traders. But it’s not all just eating and shopping…..