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Winter News

A beautiful historic parkland designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown with Edwardian gardens in Reigate, Surrey.

Gatton Park is the core 260 acres of the Gatton estate and is made up of lovingly restored gardens and parkland. There is something to see and do throughout the year from the stunning displays of snowdrops in the spring to autumn walks in the parkland. We offer a wide range of events and educational programmes for people of all ages and abilities. Please see our visiting pages to see how you can access the estate. We look forward to welcoming you to one of Surrey's hidden treasures.

Part of the Gatton Park estate is owned by the National Trust and the discover Gatton walk is open all year around. Click here for details.

For information about our Landscape/Heritage Officer Role please Click here.

The spectacular snowdrops displays at Gatton Park are the perfect way to beat those winter blues whilst our lovely aconites bring their warm yellow glow to the gardens.

To view the snowdrops we are open every Sunday in February and during our snowdrop week from Monday 15th to Friday 19th February. Additionally on Sunday 14th February we have our National Garden Scheme Open Day. Full details are on our open day page.

We have plenty of activities and events for both adults and children in 2016 so please check our website booking pages to secure your place.

Don’t forget we run Toddler’s Trails and Tales every Friday please book online.

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