Christ's College Fellows' Garden

Seven acres of gardens with something to see all year round

Purple Petunias.

05 August 2018


Entrance fee:
£5.00, children under 12 go free
2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
By kind permission of:
Christ's College

For all enquiries, please get in touch with Caroline Hudson by email at or by phone 01223 868684

The college stretches over seven acres of gardens. They include a number of botanically important trees as well as shrubs, borders and colourful seasonal planting.

The garden comprises a series of courts, each with a different style of planting.

The Darwin garden displays a selection of plants that Charles Darwin (alumni of the College) would have encountered during his voyage on the HMS Beagle. It also showcases a bronze sculpture of Darwin by Anthony Smith.

This is a rare opportunity to visit the Fellows’ Garden, which is not normally open to the public. It has much late summer colour and is a welcome sanctuary in the middle of the city.

British Red Cross visitors will also be able to explore the rest of the college gardens.


St Andrew's St

Entrance via main College Entrance on St. Andrew's Street


  • Wheelchair access
  • Refreshments
  • Plant stall