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Riverhill Himalayan Gardens

Riverhill House,
Riverhill,
Sevenoaks,
Kent,
TN15 0RR

Tel: (01732) 459777

Web: http://www.riverhillgardens.co.uk

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Description:

The gardens are an intriguing mix of historic planting with quirky twists, including world-class British sculpture. Families love the adventure playground, maze, woodland den building & fabulous Cafe


About this attraction:

A privately-owned ancestral home run by the family. There is a spectacular hillside garden (unsuitable for disabled visitors) with bluebell woodland, sheltered terraces with roses and rare shrubs and fine trees. The garden specialises in rhododendrons, azaleas and Japanese maples. Riverhill House contains panelled rooms, portraits and historic family memorabilia, but can only be visited by pre-booked groups of adults.


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Riverhill Himalayan Gardens

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Riverhill Himalayan Gardens
Riverhill House,
Sevenoaks,
Kent
TN15 0RR

Tel: (01732) 459777

Adults: £9
Children: £6.50
Family: £30
Concessionary: £8.50
Admission Free: N
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