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Visit our unique gardens and plant nursery in the heart of Somerset


PLEASE NOTE: Midney Gardens, the Plant Nursery and the Tearoom are now closed for the 2019 season except for pre-booked groups and for 4 events in September. Please see Events page for dates in September. The gardens will be re-opening at Easter 2020.

Midney Gardens, the Plant Nursery and the tea-room are open:

– afternoons: between 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m,
– Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays
– From April 18th to 28th July 2019.

Admission to the garden: Adults £6.00 and children £3.00. Admission free to RHS members on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from April 18th to July 28th.

(For group visits please see below.)

Opening for the National Garden Scheme: Friday 20th September 2019 (earlier opening times: 11:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.) Admission: Adults £6.00 and children free. For further information

The garden is unsuitable for wheelchair access as there are some small steps and gravel areas. Sorry but no dogs.


Midney Gardens is 1-mile SE of the historic town of Somerton and is also close to Clarks Village in Street, the mystical centre of Glastonbury and to the important wildlife habitats of the Somerset Levels. Other gardens in the area are the National Trust Gardens at Lytes Cary and the famous English garden at East Lambrook Manor.


100m off B3151. From the Podimore roundabout on the A303, take the A372 towards Langport, after 1 mile turn right on the B3151 towards Street. After 2 miles turn left on the bend into Mill Lane.


We are delighted to host gardening clubs and group visits to the garden by prior appointment. Groups can book to visit the garden at times when it is closed to the public – any morning or Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday afternoons between April 18th and July 28th. Groups can also visit evenings in the summer and during September and October. Please contact by email or phone for details and to book.



Places to stay nearby

If you are looking for somewhere special to stay nearby why not try the: Somerton Court Country House or the newly refurbished White Hart