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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens open every day, 10am - 4pm. Abbotsbury Tourism is pleased to confirm that Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens will remain open for visitors to enjoy fresh air and exercise during the new month-long lockdown across England.
Limited number entries in hourly slots. Coffee shop open. Click here to read our full Coronavirus statement, a full list of what is and is not available, and any updates.
Please note we will be closing at 2pm for private functions on the following dates: 27th October, 4th & 12th December, 8th, 13th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd & 29th January 2021.

Events at Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens - 2020

ILLUMINATE at Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens - 5th to 20th December

A new feature in the Gardens is a selection of beautiful sculptures by Robert James Workshop Ltd. If you’d like to meet the makers, please call 07515 126119 and ask for James.

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Robert James Workshop - Bob and James

NEW FOR 2020 - Wonderland Sculpture Trail by Robert James Workshop

A new feature in the Gardens is a selection of beautiful sculptures by Robert James Workshop Ltd. If you’d like to meet the makers, please call 07515 126119 and ask for James.

Read our blog about this wonderful sculpture trail
Three Men in a Boat with Giles Shenton - open air theatre at Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens

Three Men in a Boat - play with Giles Shenton

Unfortunately, this event is cancelled

Abbotsbury attractions and village

Three superb attractions (The Swannery, Subtropical Gardens and Children’s Farm) are all located within a mile of each other around the village. Abbotsbury is full of quirky shops, galleries, tearooms and interesting nooks to explore. Afterwards pop down to the Beach Café for a pot of tea. To find out more about Abbotsbury, visit the Abbotsbury Village website.

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