How to get there
Follow the signs from Windsor or, coming from the A30, follow the signs to Savill Gardens.
There is a large car park at Savill Garden and free car parking is offered with paid garden admission.
- plenty of clearly marked wheelchair accessible routes throughout the garden and the Savill Building
- wheelchair accessible toilet facilities
- wheelchairs are offered on a first come, first served basis (no advance reservation)
The Savill Garden
Surrey TW20 0UU
Except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, Savill Garden is open all year.
The Savill Garden, an enclosed part of Windsor Great Park, is a beautifully landscaped ornamental garden featuring plants from around the world.
Approximately 0.14km2 (35 acres) of themed gardens and woodland, as well as special points of interest, such as the Queen Elizabeth Temperate House, make it 'a must' for anyone with a horticultural interest.
Please note, an entrance fee applies. Except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, Savill Garden is open all year.
You can easily combine your visit to Savill Garden with a stroll through Valley Gardens, which also offers beautiful landscapes and interesting features such as the Obelisk and the Totem Pole.
Alternatively, you can add a walk or bike tour through Windsor Great Park Deer Park or perhaps along the shores of Virginia Water Lake.
If you plan on combining your visit to Savill Garden with other parts of Windsor Great Park on foot, we suggest to decide on the one that most takes your fancy in advance. Valley Gardens, and particularly the Windsor Great Park Deer Park and Virginia Water Lake, are extensive! To do it all in one day will probably end up being exhausting and leave less time to appreciate noteworthy sights along the way.
Bringing a bike, it's a different story - whilst Savill Garden and Valley Gardens are not the place to cycle, the Windsor Great Park Deer Park, and Virginia Water Lake are great for an easy to medium intensity bike tour.