Melbourne Hall Gardens to re-open on Saturday 27th June after lockdown

We are delighted to announce that Melbourne Hall Gardens will re-open on Saturday 27th June after the lockdown due to Coronavirus.

From then on during the season on Saturdays and Sundays only from 1 pm until 5 pm.

Entry will be by pre-booked tickets only which will be issued with a numbered and dated email.

There will be no access whatsoever without a pre-booked ticket. Tickets are to be shown at the entry point using a smart phone, tablet or printed paper version of the email.

Tickets will be available to purchase at the usual prices between 10am – 2pm from the Office at Melbourne Hall by telephone: 01332 862502 or email: .

Tickets will be supplied to your email address. Please do not visit the Estate Office to purchase the tickets as this will put our staff in a vulnerable position.

If you are un-able or uncomfortable to send or receive emails please telephone the office staff for advice and they will be happy to help you.

There will be a limited number of admissions for each open afternoon which will be administered on a ‘first come first served’ basis.

Please also note that the office is NOT OPEN at weekends so be sure to purchase tickets in good time and do not make a journey to the gardens without previously receiving your tickets.

Please also be sure you have means to display your ticket to our staff at the gate. Pace of entry into garden will be controlled by ticket office staff if necessary to enable social distancing to take place.

Historic Houses and RHS members will be welcome as usual but the same rules must apply – please pre-book your tickets to allow for social distancing.

NO exceptions.

Please do not visit the gardens if experiencing any symptoms whatsoever of COVID -19.

Visitor advice regarding Covid-19 will be updated on the website as necessary.

Please be sure to wear appropriate clothing for the weather when visiting the gardens and suitable footwear. For your safety, please be warned that there are a number of unfenced ponds in the garden. It is not advisable to leave children or dependants unsupervised.

All visitors enter the gardens at their own risk.