The Alnwick Garden: Entry For Two (£12.50) or a Family of Up To Six (£21.00) (50% Off)

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In a Nutshell

  • Entry to The Alnwick Garden for two (£12.50) or a family of up to six (£21)
  • Different sections of The Garden including Rose, Serpent and Poison
  • Opportunity to visit The Garden's Treehouse Restaurant
  • Visit the striking centrepiece of the Grand Cascade
  • World Travel Award Nominee for 'Europe's Responsible Tourism Award' for the past three years

The Fine Print

Validity: Valid 1 July to 2 January 2014. (Excl. 26 Aug, 25-26 Dec 2013).
Purchase: Limit 1 per person or per family. May buy 1 additional as gifts.
Redemption: No booking necessary. Must present printed Groupon at time of redemption.
Further information: Family pass is valid for 2 adults and up to 4 children aged 5-16. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Under 5s are free. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 19 June 2013 at 12.24pm.

Designed to be enjoyed no matter what the weather, The Alnwick Garden features a range of areas that will captivate and entice nature-lovers of all ages. From the Garden's Woodland Walk to the intoxicating Poison Garden, the venue is an impressive mix of the natural world with a serious amount of fun. The massive Treehouse features rope bridges and walkways and is home to the Treehouse Restaurant, while Barter Books can be found in a converted nearby rail station.

Groupon Asks

Groupon finds out more about the features of The Alnwick Garden and how guests can make the most of their visit.

What are some of the main features?
The centrepiece of The Garden is the Grand Cascade, a tumbling mass of water unlike anything else in the country. Flower enthusiasts may wish to soak up the exotic in the Ornamental Garden, with one of the country's largest collections of European plants. Alternatively, the vegetable Roots and Shoots Garden offers visitors the chance to get up and close and personal with the resident bumble bees.



Where can visitors eat?
There are a range of restaurants on site, from the The Pavilion Café for lunchtime snacks to the unique Treehouse Restaurant which features a range of locally-inspired cuisine. For quick treats, head to the Pura Bar which sells a selection of fresh smoothies and build-your-own sandwiches.



What else is there to see?
Alnwick Castle is just a three-minute drive from the Gardens. Here, visitors can dress up in medieval finery and take a tour of The Lost Cellars hidden beneath the Castle walls.



Anything else?
The Alnwick Garden is also a registered charity which uses nature, education and the arts to address key issues within rural communities.