- Formal Gardens
- Accessible parking
- Accessible toilets
- Information centre
- Cafe or shop
The Dartington Hall estate is home to 25 acres of Grade 2* listed gardens, open year round from dawn till dusk. With a rich sense of history and a host of delightful features – from a new bridge by artist Peter Randall Page to a sculpture by Henry Moore to 500 year old Spanish Chestnut trees – the gardens at Dartington are worth exploring all year round. The Tramper provides safe, enjoyable and easy access to the Dartington Hall Gardens for anyone who has difficulty walking and is available to hire from the Visitor Centre.
Deer Park - In 2017 an additional route taking in the wider Estate became possible as part of the HLF funded, Deer Park Project. This route, which lasts around 1 - 1.5 hours - takes you to the banks of the River Dart and through the woodland of the Deer Park.
Please note: Only assistance dogs are allowed in the Dartington Hall Gardens. Elsewhere on the Estate, dogs on leads are permitted.
Parking - Please note that all parking is paid for by card only (not cash). Ensure that your car registration is correctly recorded on the parking machine when paying.
Plan your visit to Dartington by car or public transport using thr map below:
Contact The Dartington Hall Gardens & Estate
Dartington, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 6EL