A popular place for many years and still a favourite, attracting visitors yearly is the Bishop’s garden. A four acre walled garden dating back to the 12th century in the grounds of the Bishop’s House.
Open to the public only for a few dates in the year. This garden is another of Norwich’s secret gardens; small woodland walk, kitchen garden, ornate gardens, bamboo walk, grass labyrinth, boxed rose beds, plant sales, refreshments,. Look out for the history of some of the plants, one has been grown from a sprig taken from Queen Victoria’s wedding bouquet in 1840!
A historic private four acre formal city centre garden that has belonged to the Bishops of Norwich for over 900 years
The Bishop and his wife kindly open their garden (on selected dates) for the use of local charities every summer.
Find out more online.
The Bishop's House, Norwich