An Ceardach Garden in Campbeltown
An Ceardach Garden in Campbeltown

An Ceardach Garden in Campbeltown

Do you love gardening and gardens? If so, visit An Ceardach Garden in Campbeltown! This absolutely magnificent garden is made up of 5 acres, with some fascinating and inspiring collections. The garden features unique sculptures, wild meadows, and beautiful fruit and vegetable gardens.

When is An Ceardach Garden open?

The garden is open every day from 11 am to 4 pm, with parking available at the house.

The garden has regular exhibitions throughout the year, and is available to view most times, even when the weather isn’t the best!  Since this garden is independently run, they really mainly on donations, and it is asked that you make a donation of at least £3 per adult. So what are you waiting for? Come and experience this beautiful garden in all of its glory, while taking in fantastic views of Ayrshire, Argyll, and Arran!

  • Parking.
  • Entry by donations – at least £3 per adult
  • All proceeds to local charities.
  • The garden is three miles north of Campbeltown on Carradale road.

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