Whether it’s gorgeous gardens and plants, fabulous food or a spot of retail therapy, Waterperry Gardens is an inspirational day out in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside.
A stone's throw from Oxford and minutes from the M40, Waterperry's historical gardens date back to the 1930’s when it was run as a Ladies Horticulture School by Beatrix Havergal until 1971. The history of the estate itself can be traced back to Tudor times, and there are a number of buildings and features you can wander amongst dating from the 18th century.
Today at Waterperry you can enjoy our beautiful eight acre gardens, quality plant and garden centre, gallery, gift barn, teashop and country life museum.
Address: Waterperry Gardens, Nr. Wheatley, Oxfordshire, OX33 1JZ
Telephone: 01844 339254