Scotland's Gardens

Broughton House © Mary McIlvenna

 

Broughton House Garden

Description

Broughton House Garden is a fascinating townhouse garden that belonged to E A Hornel - artist, collector and one of the 'Glasgow boys'. Full of colour, with mostly herbaceous plants, old apple trees, greenhouse with old pelargonium varieties, and fruit and vegetable garden.

Directions

Off A711/A755 on Kirkcudbright High Street. Stagecoach buses 500/X75 and 501 from Dumfries and Castle Douglas. By bike, NCN 7. Nearest train station Dumfries, then taxi/bus to Kirkcudbright.

Garden Openings

Thursday 8 June 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Admissions

£4.00 includes refreshments

Beneficiaries

Donation to SG Beneficiaries

Features & Catering

  • Disabled Access
  • Plant stall
  • Bed and Breakfast

Other Details

Broughton House Garden at sunset. This event will offer visitors an evening of live music and refreshments (included in the entry price). It is an opportunity to meet the Head Gardener and see the garden in a different light!

Contact

The National Trust for Scotland
12 High Street, Kirkcudbright
DG6 4JX

Call 01557 330437

Email

Website

Location

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