Days out: The Savill Garden 

Thought it might be fun to share some of the days out we’ve enjoyed with LO on here in case others are looking for inspiration. We’ve enjoyed a few days out to The Savill Garden, after we received a year’s membership as a Christmas present. The membership covers the cost of car parking and also admission to the garden, which means we get access to walks in Windsor Great Park too, where there is a playground and acres and acres of space to roam in.

In the garden itself there is plenty to see. LO likes standing on the bridges over the little streams (there is a small lake as well), looking at the huge fish and the ducks and geese.

We concentrated on the Spring Wood this time, for obvious reasons! The Magnolias were just coming into flower. LO liked running around on the grass underneath.

Plenty of space to gallop in whilst the adults admire the gardens

The spring colours were amazing

Plenty of paths to explore if you’re an Intrepid Explorer

On a more practical note:

The Garden is accessible, so there are plenty of paths you can get a pushchair down, even a non-off-road one like mine. There is a good baby change in the main building, and it’s in the accessible toilet, rather than the ladies(!). There are plenty of high chairs available in the restaurant in the main building, and a nice range of children’s food on offer.

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2 thoughts on “Days out: The Savill Garden 

  1. I’ve never been, but it looks like a lovely garden to visit!

    On a different note – I hadn’t even realised until now that you’ve moved over to wordpress. Shows how long I’ve been away from blogging!

  2. We enjoyed some visits to Savill as well – my favourite was the beautiful hankerchief tree.

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