The garden is open 2 – 5pm on Sundays and Bank holiday Mondays during April to October. Free Entry & Parking

Although Ramsey Walled Garden is nestled within the Abbey Grounds, it is accessed via a grassy pathway leading from Ramsey Rural Museum.

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How to get here

Ramsey Walled Garden is located a couple of minutes from Ramsey town centre, just off the B1096. Follow the signs for Ramsey Rural Museum where Free Parking is available.

Location Wood Lane, Ramsey, Huntingdon PE26 2XD

Entrance to the Walled Garden is FREE and accessed via a little wooden bridge and a grassy pathway, approximately 5 minutes walk from the Ramsey Rural Museum Car Park. The route is signposted. The grass pathway is liable to become muddy during wet periods

Accessibility The bridge and pathway are wheelchair friendly. However, if anyone has walking or mobility difficulties please contact us to discuss your requirements.

We are open Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from 2–5 pm April to October inclusive.

Toilets & Refreshments are available at Ramsey Rural Museum Tea Room without purchasing a museum ticket. There is also an Eco-toilet in  the Walled Garden.

Well behaved dogs on a lead are welcome.

Group visits by appointment, please see ‘Booking Page’ for details.

General information

General information

COVID-19 – Currently there are no restrictions.

Special Events During the year there are a number of special event days such as Heritage Days and Plough Day at the Ramsey Museum. On these days the garden is open for an extended period. Please see the ‘Events Page’ for precise opening times.

Garden produce for sale Throughout the year you can purchase fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables grown in the garden, and a selection of hand-made jams, chutneys and pickles made from our fresh garden produce. We also sell a selection of plants, many are from cuttings of plants in the garden or grown from seed in our glasshouse.
We accept Cash and Debit/Credit Cards.

– The Walled Garden is run and maintained solely by the efforts of our dedicated, and much appreciated volunteers. The donations we receive go towards improvements within the garden. We are grateful for any form of financial aid. When visiting the garden there is a small collection pot, or if you would like to make a donation go to the contact us page for more information

we accept cards

Things to do This website covers everything you need to know (including opening times) about Ramsey‘s intriguing mix of heritage from its Benedictine Abbey to the 1940s Camp, its vintage style shops, sleepy village greens and unique waterways. There are Trail and Walks leaflets to download from the site (also available to pick up from the library) which take you on a ‘Journey through time’ as you follow the routes and visit the interpretation boards around Ramsey. For young visitors there is an Activity Pack to download.

Direct links to some of the places of interest

Ramsey Rural Museum – Tea Room, book shop, archives and exhibits.

The 1940s Camp – Home of the popular Ramsey 1940s weekend.

Mortuary Chapels – Attractive and unusual Victorian Gothic building in a beautiful setting.

Fenland Light Railway – Narrow gauge railway.

Abbey Gatehouse – 15th century remains on the picturesque Abbey Green.

Great Fen – Living Landscape project for wildlife and people.

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Our open season starts Easter Sunday 31st March.