Barford Open Gardens

This event is resting for 2021
Sorry, but Barford Open Gardens isn't running this year. We'll keep you posted about next year's event details when they are known, but in the meantime we include below details from a previous year to remind you about the event

 approx 8 gardens opened Barford, near Warwick, Warwickshire
Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June 2019
2.00pm to 6.00pm (5.30pm last entry)

A chance to visit the beautiful Warwickshire village of Barford on the banks of the River Avon. You will be warmly welcomed.

Something of interest for all gardeners. Some very different and interesting gardens to see, each with its own character, with two gardens bordering the river, one with its own island. One surprise large showcase market garden with a huge variety of flowers, fruit and vegetables. Some prize allotments with a wide variety of summer produce and flowers. Mini Beast hunt for children.

Lunches, teas and light refreshments available, all available in Barford Memorial Hall which adjoins the Village Shop.

Sorry, no dogs please except assistance dogs.

All proceeds will go to St. Peter's Church Development Fund for urgent fabric works.

Plant sales:  There will be a plant and produce stall outside the Memorial Hall.

Cost:  5.00 per adult, accompanied children free.

How to get event passports:  Guide maps with short descriptions of each garden and other useful information will be available from the Memorial Hall or the car park off Church Lane.

Contact the organisers:  Phone: 01926 624 176  Email:

Directions:  Barford is situated between the historic towns of Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon and is just a mile from Junction 15 of the M40. The Memorial Hall (the primary check-in and refreshment location) is situated on the junction of Church Street and Keytes Lane. Car parking is available next to the King George Playing Field accessed via Church Lane.

Location:  Warwickshire.  Use Sat Nav postcode: CV35 8ES (please verify before travelling)

Please ... tell the organisers that you found them on the Open Gardens National Directory.