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There will be over 20 gardens open to visitors across the world's first Garden City , covering every aspect of gardening and size of garden. Some are formal, others cottage style, some are set around 1905 cottages and one predates the Garden City by 400 years!

There will be plant sales and refreshments at various gardens. 

  • The entrance programme, which gives entry to all gardens, can be purchased from the menu bar above.
    This will take you to the Garden House Care Hospice website for payment and they will then split the proceeds with the British Red Cross.

    • The email receipt you receive from "" for your purchase must be presented (printed or on your mobile) to the first garden you visit and exchanged for a full programme/map which then gives entry to all of the gardens.

  • Alternatively the programme is now available from:  David's Bookshop (14 Eastcheap, Letchworth) or Bickerdikes Garden Centre (Norton), priced at £8.00, or from any garden on the day at £10.00 (cash only). Accompanied children 16 and under enter free.

  • St Christopher School and the Letchworth Garden City Heritage will provide a free park and ride bus service between the gardens. Parking will be available at the Heritage Foundation car park between the Da Vinci Hall (current vaccination centre) and Morrisons - see map tab above and signage on day for details. 

  • The location of gardens and the full bus route are also shown at the menu tab above. Brief details of all the gardens open are also from the menu above. All these details are also printed on the programme.

  • If National Covid rules change and our event has to be postponed or restricted in numbers then any unused tickets will be considered a charitable donation to BRC and GHHC.

  • NO LIABILITY ACCEPTED – YOU PARTICIPATE AT YOUR OWN RISK. The gardens of Letchworth are private and are not designed to be open to the public. Your participation in the Letchworth Open Gardens day and use of all related facilities is conditional upon you accepting that you do so entirely at your own risk. You understand that neither the organisers nor any of the garden owners accept any liability for any loss, damage, personal injury or death howsoever arising.