Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate Gardens

Celebrate the Year of the English Garden

2016 has been designated ‘Year of the English Garden’ by VisitEngland, to mark the 300th anniversary of the birth of landscaper Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. What better excuse to get out and explore the array of gardens and parks across Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate

Quex Gardens - With acres of beautiful informal gardens to explore including herbaceous borders, exotic trees, a woodland walk, listed statues and a Victorian Walled garden.

Monkton Nature Reserve - Take a walk on the wide side in a 16-acre nature reserve with woodland, cliffs, ponds and bat cave. See rare orchids, butterflies and birds in their natural setting

Maize Maze - Acres of dizzy entertainment for the whole family. Follow the trails and find the clues to the quiz. What picture will the maze be this year? 

Italianate Glasshouse - Restored in 2005, the Grade II*curved glasshouse structure dates from the early 19th century and is the legacy of Sir Moses Montefiore, a banker and former Sheriff of London

Across the villages and towns throughout the summer months a series of open garden and events take place Events

Through Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate you will find parks and open spaces that provide the ideal place to play games, take a walk or just sit back and enjoy the surroundings. To fnd our more about the parks in the area please click here or visit the Explore Kent website