Telephone
01284 728888

Address
West Stow, Bury St Edmunds IP28 6HD, UK

Services or opening times may have changed due to Covid. Please check with businesses direct.

About Fullers Mill Garden

Fullers Mill Garden is an enchanting and tranquil waterside and woodland garden, situated on the banks of the River Lark at West Stow in Suffolk. 

It combines a beautiful site of light dappled woodland with a fabulous collection of rare and unusual shrubs, perennials, lilies and marginal plants, collected over the course of 50 years by the creator of the garden Bernard Tickner.

In 2013 the late Bernard Tickner, MBE gifted the garden to Perennial, the only UK charity dedicated to helping all those who work in or are retired from horticulture, in times of need.  Head Gardener Annie Dellbridge and her team of gardeners and volunteers now maintain the garden for the enjoyment of visitors from April to September.

To maintain social distancing, you must pre-book your visit at www.fullersmillgarden.org.uk

Garden Season Spring/Summer 2020: open 1 April – 30 September 

Sunday  — 11:00am-5:00pm

Monday — CLOSED

Tuesday — CLOSED

Wednesday — 2:00pm-5:00pm

Thursday — CLOSED

Friday — 2:00pm-5:00pm

Saturday — CLOSED

Tickets

Adults: Standard admission £5.00 Gift Aid admission £5.50. Children: (16 and under) Free.

Private visits from groups are welcomed throughout the year by prior arrangement, with plenty of parking for coaches outside of normal public opening hours.

Take away tea, coffee and cake available from July 8 and this can be enjoyed in the garden.

Plants propagated from the garden are available for sale.

Assistance dogs only please.

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