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Apple Day & Country Crafts
Group of restored hedged gardens with delightful summerhouses overlooking Warwick racecourse used as a retreat by people living in the town in Victorian times. Large glasshouse and unusual varieties of trees, plants and vegetables.
Modern ""green"" visitor centre to seat 60 with wind turbine, ground source heat pump and sedum roof. Light refreshments, gifts and plants for sale. Exhibitions and educational and cultural events throughout the year -
Gardens open to visitors from Easter till end of October at weekends. Refreshments, plants and gifts for sale.
Centre available for hire all year round for business, conference, educational, cultural and social events and exhibitions.
Fully equipped kitchen, projection facilities, wireless communication, plasma screen, display boards available.
Guided tours for groups available all year round on request.
Main access is from the racecourse car park off Friars Street(A4189) in Warwick. Bear right and the gardens are on the right hand side after passing the modern flats at Bread & Meat Close. There is free parking for two hours and disabled parking outside the gates to the gardens.
There is a pedestrian only access from the town centre off Bowling Green Street via the car park for the flats in Martinique Square.
There are bus stops in Friars Street and in Bowling Green Street
By Public Transport
Nearest station: Warwick
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