During the Easter holidays come one and all and experience a magical event discovering the characters from the famous novel by Lewis Carroll.
Visitors will be met by a magician when they enter Groombridge Place before being given a map by Tweedledum and Tweedledee.
Discover the beautiful award-winning gardens and the forest with its giant swings, zip wires and Crusoe’s World.
Jane Austen’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’ was filmed at Groombridge Place, find out more about this and our other literary connections.
We are open every day throughout the year (except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day). Café open daily serving light bites and hot drinks.
Please note: the birds of prey demonstration and the boat do not run during winter months.
Groups and school visits can be accommodated all year round when booked in advance. For more information on opening times, visit our information page.
Date: 2nd April until 19th April
Visitors to Groombridge Place during the Easter holidays can enjoy a magical event to discover the characters from the famous novel by Lewis Carroll.
The Gardens include a formal Knot and Oriental Garden, a Secret Garden, the white rose garden and the wonderfully named Drunken Garden, a favourite of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Children will enjoy playing on the giant chess set.
Children will have a day to remember playing in the forest. This magical world of mystery and intrigue includes giant tree swings, zip wires and rope swings, wooden bridges, a maze and Crusoe’s World.
As well as the beautiful peacocks and the birds of prey look out for our famous Zedonk which is half Donkey and half Zebra. As you enter the meadow on the way to the enchanted forest look out for the herd of wild Fallow Deer which can often be seen quietly grazing nearby.