Stubbings House, near Maidenhead, SL6 6QL


Saturday 29th April,  and Sunday 30th April 2017

Stubbings House Garden Opening May Bank Holiday Weekend for NGS Nursing and Health Charities

 The National Gardens Scheme (NGS), which organises the opening of private gardens to raise funds for nursing and health charities, is delighted to invite visitors to Stubbings House Garden.

 Stubbings House near Maidenhead, Berkshire, is famed as being the home of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands during World War 2. The parkland garden is set around the 18th Century house and features a large lawn with ha ha, woodland walks and historic cedars. March is a particularly good time to visit to see the abundant daffodils.

 Stubbings House has a retail nursery for plant lovers, and other attractions within the 80 acre estate include an 18th Century icehouse and access to adjacent National Trust woodland.

 Visitors to NGS gardens will also have the benefit of knowing that their entrance fee is supporting wonderful causes. Run locally by volunteers, the National Gardens Scheme donated over £2.6 million in 2016 to its beneficiary charities, which include Marie Curie, Macmillan Cancer Support, Hospice UK, and Carers Trust.

 Opening Information:

Stubbings House, Henley Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 6QL

The Gardens (not the House) will be open in aid of the NGS charities on:

Saturday 29th April, from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm and Sunday 30th April from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Monday 1st May, 10:00 am to 4:30 pm. £3.50 adults, children free.

For other opening times and information see website:

 Dogs on leads are welcome. There is a level site with firm gravel paths for wheelchair access. Light refreshments in Nursery Café. For more information and to find gardens opening near you, visit the NGS website:

Contact: Heather Skinner               T:  0118 973 7197         E:

Nursery and Walled Garden 

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