The gardens belonging to St Nicholas, the oldest dwelling in Richmond, are a series of compartments laid out and planted from 1905 by the Hon. Robert ‘Bobbie’ James. Today the gardens are being sensitively resurrected and replanted in the spirit of their founder.
About 7 acres, amongst the Garden Rooms are a Formal Garden bounded by topiary hedges, a Cottage Garden, Rock Garden, Potager and Herb Garden and splendid Long Borders.
Member of the Historic Houses Association.
Garden Open Days
The gardens are open to the public on selected Sundays throughout spring and summer. Click here for more on 2018 Garden Open Days.
- Sun 13 May
- Sun 17 June
- Sun 8 July
- Sun 5 August
Group & Guided Tours
We are happy to open St Nicholas Gardens by prior arrangement for groups.
Please visit the Group & Guided Tour page for more information.