Enjoy an afternoon exploring these spectacular
formal gardens at North Mymms Park, a stunning setting for the Jacobean Manor House. The Rose Garden – a favourite with Queen Mary – and the
Italian Garden were designed by William Robinson and Sir Ernest George at the end of the 19th century, and have been kept close to the original design. You can venture further out into the surrounding parkland or just enjoy the views across to the River Colne.
Relax to music from the Hatfield Banjo, Mandolin
and Guitar Club while you browse the stalls or indulge in a cup of tea and a mouth-watering, homemade cake.
For car enthusiasts, a small selection of classic cars will go on show.
Date:02 Jul 2017
Address:North Mymms Park, North Mymms, Welham Green, near Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL9 7TN
The entrance is by the War Memorial in
Tollgate Road, between Colney Heath and Welham Green. After turning off the main road, there is a small crossroad; visitors should turn right in front of the Lodge.
This leads to the main gates to North Mymms Park, about 50 metres on the left. These gates will not open before 2.15pm. Please do not arrive earlier because of the risk of causing traffic congestion. Parking on site.
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