Entry For Two People for £5 to Painswick Rococo Garden (Up to 62% Off)
- Early 18th century house and landscaped gardens
- Maze and snowdrop garden
- Restaurant serving light food
- Pass valid seven days a week
- Free admission for children under the age of five
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/painswick-rococo-garden-trust. Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult. Original values verified 18 April 2012 at 4.52pm.
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While it's nice to see everything as rosy, it's also good to know when you are being lead up the garden path. Go willingly with today's Groupon : £5 for entry for two people to Painswick Rococo Garden.
The 18th century Painswick House sits in the midst of intricately landscaped gardens, where fields of snowdrops and the twists and turns of a maze are among a plethora of natural attractions. The garden walk takes around one hour and weaves nature-lovers through the herbaceous borders of the Kitchen Garden and the smaller buildings that are dotted around the site. The house features a restaurant serving home-cooked goods and light lunches, while the gift shop should keep trinket fans suitably entertained.
The two person pass will give guests access to the various beauty spots of Painswick Rococo Garden. Whether trying to find their way out of the maze or to encounter the unusual flower species blooming in abundance, visitors can enjoy the sights every day from 11am until 5pm.
TripAdvisors rate Painswick Rococo Garden an impressive 4/5 stars. Reviewers celebrate the diverse array of flora, calming atmosphere, and welcoming cafe. Additionally, the garden has received a Silver Green Tourism Award.
Even in early spring there was plenty to look at in the grounds and some thought has gone in to making the woodland trail entertaining. The mazes are amusing. With tea and cake to finish, this makes a good half day or perhaps longer.
– 8100bob, TripAdvisor, March 2012
A thoroughly enjoyable garden with some quirky features and close to a very pleasant town. Both worth a visit.
– MartinJL, TripAdvisor, Mar 2011