Designed by Lesley and John Jenkins since 1984, the garden is set around a Grade 2* 16th Century Hall (not open to the public) and has developed into an important modern garden in the English Garden tradition with echoes of Arts and Crafts.
Covering 4 acres, it consists of a series of linked garden “rooms” filled with modern plantings.
The rooms are linked by almost exclusive use of perennials, but there are also recurring themes of oak beech and yew topiary. Design and scale and colour are important as is a wide range of plants. This has led to a significant collection of clematis, salvias and roses.
Good Friday until the end of May: 12-5pm, Fridays, Sundays & Bank Holidays
June, July & August: 12-5pm, Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Bank Holidays
September: 12-5pm, Fridays only.
Last entry at 4.30pm
Follow the brown tourist signs off the A53 between the A53/A41 Tern Hill junction and Espley roundabout at Hodnet.
Car park on site
Historic Houses members visit for free.
Children 5-15: £1
Under 5: free
Annual Season Ticket: £22
- Accessible parking
- Guide dogs welcome
- Accessible toilets
Groups are welcome by appointment Monday - Friday and Sundays during our open season. Minimum number for groups is 20 and the group rate is £6.00 per person.
We offer a joint ticket available to groups for a visit to both Wollerton Old Hall Garden and the nearby Hodnet Hall Gardens for £12 per person.
The garden has over 125 different varieties of Clematis , 85 varieties of Salvia and 65 varieties of Dahlia.
A very atmospheric garden packed with design and planting interest which has attracted BBC2, ITV, AND CHANNEL 4, and also other independent producers and companies.