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Snowdrops at Holme Pierrepont Hall

Holme Pierrepont Hall, Holme Lane, Holme Pierrepont, Nottinghamshire, NG12 2LD

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Sunday 6 February - Sunday 6 March 2022
Opening Times: 11am - 4pm (daily except Saturdays)
Ticket prices: £5 adult for garden-only entrance. Historic Houses members enter free.

The Holme Pierrepont Hall house gardens open to the public for the Snowdrop season in early February.

The House is open 6 days a week for 6 weeks throughout February and March. The Gardens then remain open 6 days a week until the end of April, then on Wednesdays only until the end of September.

Holme Pierrepont is renowned for its glorious displays of Snowdrops in February, along with other winter flowering plants including hellebores, aconites, cyclamen, cornus and winter flowering irises. In April, the rare wild tuilp, 'Tulipa Sylestris' can be seen in the Grounds before later in the Spring, the gardens come to life with a pretty palette of colourful planting and herbaceous borders. The summer months see roses, clematis, flowering shrubs and herbaceous borders. The Courtyard  & East garden are particularly beautiful at this time of year.

If you would like to come and visit, you must purchase tickets online through the secure online booking link.

Free car parking is available on the estate. Well-behaved dogs on leads welcome. Dogs must be kept on lead as there are sheep and bee apiaries on the estate.

Coaches and minibuses are welcome by prior arrangement during the House and Garden opening season. Please telephone or email the Hall to make your booking.

​In the event of bad winter weather, staff may need to close the gardens at short notice. Please refer to Holme Pierrepont Hall's social media channels for updates relating adverse weather.

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