About Furzey Gardens
Furzey Gardens is a secret woodland garden nestled in the New Forest National Park. With a cosy thatched tea room, rare and unusual plants and over 40 fairy doors there is something for everyone in this special place.
The garden is well known for its riotous spring colour and stunning autumn leaves, as well as its charming thatched tea rooms serving drinks, cakes and light snacks.
The peaceful 10 acre woodland gardens includes a wildflower meadow, quirky thatched structures, dozens of fairy doors, play area with giant fairy door, lake,16th century thatched cottage, recreated gold medal winning RHS Chelsea show garden, tea rooms and plant sales.
The thatched tea rooms are free to enter and are the perfect place to meet with friends whatever the weather and enjoy the views from the covered terrace.
The gardens are run by local charity Minstead Trust, providing training and work experience in an inspirational setting where people with learning disabilities can learn new skills in horticulture and hospitality.
Open seven days a week, 10am – 4pm until 31 October.
See website for winter opening dates and times.
The suggested ticket donations online are:
Children (ages 5-16) £5
Children under 5 are FREE
Family ticket (2 adults and 3 children) £25
Disabled visitor and helpers FREE
Higher entrance donation applies at the gate.