Often regarded as one of the finest examples of British gardens featuring Himalayan-style woodlands. Created in 1912 and nestled into the hills of argyll by Lady Grace Campbell, Who was the aunt of a then famous plant hunter Reginald Farrer. Lady grace acquired parts of this garden from Reginald, who would often seek out plants from China and Nepal. The views of the garden are reminiscent of a glen, with waterfalls, cliffs, and gorges. This garden brings about a woodland paradise with multiple treasures to be found throughout, perfect for a quick snap. Although celebrated for its trees, the gardens have a host of wooden bridges, rocky gorges, and lots of flowers.
The garden is open from 9.30 am t0 5 pm, with the last entry into the facility at around 4 pm. Entry prices start from £6 but family tickets can be purchased for £19.50.