Woburn Abbey first opened to the public in 1955 and has welcomed visitors from all over the globe. There are 22 rooms that you can experience, which house one of the most significant private art collections in the world. As you explore the many individual rooms of Woburn Abbey, you will also discover 18th-century French and English furniture, magnificent silver and gold collections, in the underground vaults, and a marvellous range of porcelain and many privately collected items treasured by generations of the Russell family. These captivating rooms and fascinating antiques show a personal side to a public family that has been instrumental in many significant periods of English history.
Offering something for everyone in a friendly and accessible environment, you can enjoy an introduction to gardening, the opportunity to hone or learn new gardening skills and purchase wonderful plants and garden items. Set against the stunning backdrop of Woburn Abbey,
‘The Gardener’s Garden Show’ offers visitors the best location of any show in the UK, taking place within the 28 acres of Abbey Gardens looking their absolute summer best to explore.
This year’s talks, demonstrations and Q&A sessions will be presented by Pippa Greenwood,, a regular writer for BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine and RHS Ambassador and BBC Gardeners’ World presenter Adam Frost. As well as a number of other horticultural experts.