Longstock Park Water Garden is a part of the Leckford Estate which is fully owned and managed by Waitrose. The garden is situated in the heart of Hampshire in southern England and is open to the public.
Longstock Park Water Garden is open to the public on behalf of a charity on the first and third Sunday of the month, from April to September inclusive, from 2pm-5pm. Admission is £5 for adults and £1 for children under 16. All proceeds go the charity concerned. Partners of the John Lewis Partnership and their guests may also visit the Water Garden on the second Sunday each month between April and September, shopping cards must be shown.
Most of the garden is accessible by wheelchair and registered assistance dogs are welcome. With regret no other dogs can be admitted.
Teas will be provided by members of the three local churches at Longstock Park Nursery. Please note there are no refreshment facilities in the garden.
A limited number of group booking are taken for visits on weekdays between April and mid September by appointment. Bookings can be made from January for the following summer. Please contact us for the current admission cost.
Address: Longstock Park Water Garden, Longstock Park, Stockbridge, Hampshire SO20 6EH
Telephone: 01264 810 894
How to get to Longstock Water Gardens
Travel out of the Leckford village on the A3057 towards Andover, cross the river bridge and take the first turning to the left signposted to Longstock. The Water Gardens are situated opposite the gates of Longstock Park. Coaches can be accommodated by prior arrangement only.
Trains from London Waterloo take just over an hour to Andover, (5 miles away) and Winchester (15 miles away). Taxis are available from either station to take you to the water gardens.