A Great Day Out
If you would like to visit as a Group you will be most welcome. Visits usually take place on Mondays, Thursdays or Fridays, when the Garden is not open to the public, or in the light evenings during Summer.
Refreshments can be provided, including a light lunch, morning coffee or afternoon tea. Groups may also bring their own lunches.
We would suggest allowing at least 2 hours for your visit, which can include an introductory talk about Sir Frederick Gibberd and the history of the Garden. Groups can also visit the Gibberd Rooms
The lane from the main road is half a mile long and single-track. It has three 90 degree turns and is a cul-de-sac. It is not suitable for large coaches, but access and turning are possible for minibuses and small coaches.
If you would like a full day out, for a group of ten or more we offer a Cultural Tour of Harlow in conjunction with the Friends of Harlow Sculpture. The Tour covers art, architecture, sculpture, garden design and the life of Sir Frederick Gibberd. Transport and a buffet lunch at the Gibberd Garden are included. There is coach pick-up from Harlow Town Station if required.
Bookings and Enquiries
If you would like to make a booking for a Group visit, please call 01279 442112 and leave a message on our answer machine or drop us a line through our contact form.
For Tour information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Entrance: £6 per person
- Talk: £2 per person
- Gibberd Rooms: £2 per person
Please Note: There is a minimum charge of 10 visitors, or £40.00 for a smaller group
Access for Large Vehicles
Marsh Lane is half a mile long and single-track. It has three sharp bends and is a cul-de-sac. It is not suitable for large coaches, but access and turning are possible for minibuses and small coaches.