Usk Open Gardens

About

Usk Open Gardens is an annual festival of plants, flowers and gardening in the beautiful town of Usk, Monmouthshire. Usk is full of colour and a wonderful backdrop to the gardens, ranging from small cottages packed with unusual plants to large gardens with brimming herbaceous borders. Romantic garden around the ramparts of Usk Castle.

Gardeners' Market with wide selection of interesting plants. Great day out for all the family with lots of places to eat and drink including places to picnic by the River Usk or in one of the large gardens. Unmissable!

Features and Attractions:
Various cafes, pubs and restaurants available for refreshments, plus volunteer groups offering teas and cakes.

Wheelchair accessible gardens and gardens allowing well-behaved dogs on leads noted on passport/map available from the ticket desks at the free car park at Usk Memorial Hall (NP15 1AD).

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£7.50 per adult

Tickets £7.50 per adult
Free entry for children under 15 #
Map available from the free car park at Memorial Hall, Usk NP15 1AD

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Facilities

Accessibility

  • Disabled access

Children

  • Children welcome

Property Facilities

  • Dogs Accepted

Map & Directions

Road Directions

By train: First Great Western Trains to Newport, Monmouthshire or rural services to Cwmbran in Torfaen, followed by local bus or taxi services to Usk.

By bus: There are regular bus services to Usk from Chepstow, Cwmbran, Newport, Monmouth and Raglan. Travellers from outside the area should arrive at one of these destinations and pick up local services from there.

By road: From West Wales take the M4 motorway east to Junction 24, then the A449 signposted to Monmouth, exit at the signposts for Usk and follow the main road (A472) for approximately 1 mile into the town centre.

From London and the East take the M4 motorway west to Junction 24, then the A449 signposted to Monmouth, exit at the signposts for Usk and follow the main road (A472) for approximately 1 mile into the town centre.

Accessible by Public Transport: Newport station is 13 miles away.

Usk Open Gardens

Type:Gardening Event

Usk, Monmouthshire, NP15 1AU

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Tel07944 616448

Opening Times

Season (22 June 2024 - 23 June 2024)
DayTimes
Saturday - Sunday10:00 - 17:00

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Usk, UskThe town of Usk is steeped in history, from the ruins of a Norman castle to the seventeenth century buildings that adorn the cobbled streets.

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