The Gardens and Clotworthy complex offer a beautiful location close to Antrim town centre for a stroll, a coffee or the opportunity to experience a variety of exhibitions.
The Gardens are a complex living museum containing over four centuries of culture and heritage alongside remnants of the Masereene family dynasty. The original location of Antrim Castle has now been integrated within the wider garden landscape in a contemporary and innovative way.
Dogs on leads and cyclists are welcome with the exception of the Large Parterre, Ancient Motte and Her Ladyship's Pleasure Garden.
The complex includes an art gallery with ayear round programme of exhibits, Eyre Studio space, Garden Coffee Shop and Visitor Gift Shop.
There is level access throughout Clotworthy House. The building complex features lifts to all first floor areas, accessible toilets and dedicated disabled parking bays. Measures have been taken in the garden to improve access throughout the path network.
Open daily except 12th July, 25th and 26th December,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9.30am-5pm
Tuesday and Thursday 9.30am-9.30pm
Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm
The Garden Coffee Shop is open from 9.00am daily
Free access to the gardens.
Outside Antrim town centre, take the A6 Randalstown Road, entrance to Antrim Castle Gardens is 150m on your left.
Download an ecotrail pack at www.ecotrailsni.com
A great local facility.
Thought some of the Friends of the garden may like to take a look at 'growwilduknews.com' where there are details of funding available to groups in Wales and NI for community gardening projects. Deadline for submission is 6th Feb so would need to look soon!
+44 (0) 28 9448 1338
|This site is funded