2 Events at Threave Garden and Estate
Bat WalksDates:Dates between : Tue 21 Jun - Tue 18 Oct Location:Threave Garden and Estate
A Guided bat walk around Threave Estate.Details
Join us on a guided bat walk using bat detectors to discover the secret world of bats at Threave. Outdoor clothing essential and midge repellent.Early booking highly recommended - max 10 people per walk. Please call Threave Gardens Visitor Centre on 01556 502 575 to book.
Meet at Visitor Centre Car Park at 9.30pmBat walks are running from June 2016 to October 2016. Please see the events calendar for full dates and times.
Dates & Times:
- 20 Sep 2016 : 19:15 - 20:45
- 18 Oct 2016 : 18:00 - 19:30
- Adult : £ 2.00
- Child : £ 1.00
Contact:For further information please call 01556 502 575
Booking:Book by phone on 01556 502 575
Vintage Afternoon TeaDates:Sun 11 Sep Location:Threave Garden and Estate
Vintage Tea in Threave HouseDetails
This is the last opportunity this season to enjoy afternoon tea served in the principal rooms of Threave House so come and join us on Sunday, 11 September.Price per person - £14.95 Tea for two - £25.00 Book a table by telephoning 01556 502575 or speak to a member of shop staff or email email@example.com
Dates & Times:
- 11 Sep 2016 : 09:00 - 17:00
Contact:For further information please call 01556 502575
Threave Garden is in fact a series of spectacular gardens created over the years by students of the Trust's School of Heritage Gardening.
Open all year, you can enjoy the delights of these gardens in every season - from spring flowers, through summer blooms, autumn colours and winter frosts.
Take time to explore the rock garden, patio garden, secret garden, water features, heathers, conifers and herbaceous perennials.
The walled garden and glasshouses display succulent fruit and vegetables – when available, our produce is sometimes on sale to visitors in the garden, and sometimes it is used in the Terrace Cafe as part of the ingredients for our delicious homemade soups, snacks and baking.
In the fine Scottish Baronial style house, many rooms are displayed as they were in the 1930s. On a guided tour you can find out about the history of the house and the Gordon family who had it built in 1872. Admission to the house is by guided tour only, usually on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday (Easter to October). Booking in advance is advisable.
There are delightful woodland walks just beyond the garden and further afield there is the nature reserve (towards Threave Castle and the River Dee), which includes bird hides and an Osprey viewing platform.
This is a Special Protection Area for breeding waders and wintering wildfowl - pink-footed geese and Greenland white-fronted geese are also regular visitors.
Dogs: please note that dogs, other than Assistance Dogs, are not permitted in Threave Garden. This is the enclosed garden where there is an entrance charge, or free admission to NTS members.
Dog owners are most welcome to walk their dogs over the rest of the Threave Estate – the beautiful areas beside the drive, the estate walk, and the wider nature reserve (Kelton Mains).
Threave Garden Guidebook
Threave's spectacular gardens have been created over the years by students of the Trust's School of Practical Gardening. The gardens are constantly evolving to suit the needs of the school but they're open all year giving interest from …