The beautiful royal retreat reopens its doors for the first time since 2019 for Frogmore Charity Open Days. Each of the three days benefits a different charity, with
The beautiful royal retreat reopens its doors for the first time since 2019 for Frogmore Charity Open Days. Each of the three days benefits a different charity, with proceeds going towards The National Garden Scheme, the Mothers’ Union, and Guide Dogs. Learn more about the royal residents, as well as Frogmore’s history.
When: 30 August to 1 September
Where: Frogmore House
Ticket price: £10, under 5s free
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More information from organisers:
For the first time since 2019, Frogmore House and Garden is open to the public for three days as part of the annual charity garden open days.
The three charities that will benefit from the proceeds of this year’s open days are:
- The National Garden Scheme on Tuesday, 30 August
- Mothers’ Union on Wednesday, 31 August
- Guide Dogs on Thursday, 1 September
The 35-acre gardens at Frogmore House were laid out for Queen Charlotte in the 1790s, based on a model ‘picturesque’ landscape, with winding lakes, wooded mounds, glades, walks and bridges.
Bring your own picnic and enjoy views of Queen Victoria’s Tea House and the 18th-century lake. Refreshments will also be available to purchase in cash only.
Once inside the garden, a limited number of separate timed tickets can be purchased to visit Frogmore House. Tickets for Frogmore House cost £10.00 (under-5s enter for free).
The interior of Frogmore House bears testimony to the interests of the royal family who have resided there. Queen Charlotte and her daughters’ passions for art and botany are reflected throughout the house, and works by Queen Victoria can be seen on display.
August 30 (Tuesday) - September 1 (Thursday)