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Gibberd Garden is a garden in Harlow, Essex, England, which was created by Sir Frederick Gibberd (the planner of Harlow New Town). He designed the garden and added sculptures, ceramic pots and architectural salvage from 1972 till his death in 1984.
|Wednesday||2:00 – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||2:00 – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||2:00 – 6:00 PM|
Beautiful gardens and fields, decent size and even has a maze
Lovely garden and sculptures. Nice place to spend an afternoon. Only open on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, check timings.
Very relaxing garden on the edge of Harlow with some interesting sculptures. Note that house is only open to visitors on Wednesdays.
First visit here. It was very interesting and the grounds are huge and lovely. There is a very nice little tea/coffee place on site too. Well worth a visit.
When we visited in May mid week not a lot of people about which was great. A quite landscaped garden very tranquil and pleasing to the eye. Some 76 sculptures dotted about. Good cafe. Well worth a visit, check website for opening times as not open every day
Lovely relaxing place and beautiful gardens
Awesome place to cool off and learn a bit about the statues
Interesting range of 3D artwork in green surrounding. Good family visit.
Volunteer run with amazing gardens and a fabulous tea room. We were at a private event and it's a lovely spot for a celebration. Well worth a visit!
Beautiful place to wander and explore with kids. Always check it's opening times as they aren't consistent.
Nice relaxed place to visit, very nicely kept gardens, a lot of walking around but the areas are broken up with hidden borders and enclosed outdoor areas, so never gets boring. The house is nice and so is the tea shop there, easy to park. A better place to visit with the family in spring/summer time, heard the beer festival is amazing. 👍
So relaxing. Beautiful. Perfect for a day out.