RHS Garden Hyde Hall

The Hyde Hall Gardens Trust was set up in 1976 and then in 1993 the garden became the responsibility of the Royal Horticultural Society, having been bequeathed by the Trust to ensure its future survival. Visitors can now enjoy a stroll through the woodland and explore the rich flora and fauna - especially those who donated to the two highly successful ‘Wild Wood’ fundraising appeals.

A major turning point came in 2008 with the construction of a visitor centre comprising a café, shop and plant centre.  The building was officially opened in March 2010 by Alan Titchmarsh. Work at this Essex garden continues at a monumental pace and the ever-changing landscape ensures visitors have plenty to draw inspiration from.

Find our RHS Centenary Bench there


Unique carved garden bench on display at RHS Garden Hyde Hall
Sitting Spiritually Centenary Bench with unique carvings
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