Pitmedden Garden & Museum Of Farming Life

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About Pitmedden Garden & Museum Of Farming Life, Aberdeen

Pitmedden Garden has always been a source of inspiration for gardeners. Whether you are a professional gardener or love to pamper your own house garden, Pitmedden garden has every bit of information about plants to make your garden more beautiful. Step inside the garden and you will see nearly 80 varieties of apple trees ornamenting high granite walls of the garden. Added to this, the garden gets filled with pleasant smell of roses, jasmines and Honeysuckle, especially in the months of spring. Some of the highlighted features to look forward are: - the charming herb garden, sundial made of flower, fountains and topiary.

Make sure you visit the Museum of Farming Life that displays artefacts for domestic and agricultural purpose during earlier days.

After an entire tour in the garden, you might feel hungry. In that case, straightaway head off to the Tearoom where you can grab light lunches and range of homebaked food. Don’t miss out to having the cream tea on the terrace. For souvenirs, visit the shop.

Other than, designated picnic area for picnickers and woodland walk for adventure lovers are there. 

Pitmedden Garden & Museum Of Farming Life Information

  • The Visitor Centre, toilet, tearoom, upper garden and parts of the museum are accessible.
  • Lower parterres are accessible via an alternative entrance - please ask staff. Wheelchairs are available.
  • Disabled parking is available.
  • Explanatory text in languages like Danish, French, German, Italian and Spanish are available.

Pitmedden Garden & Museum Of Farming Life Tickets Prices

  • Family - £16.50
  • 1 Parent - £11.50
  • Concession - £5

Pitmedden Garden & Museum Of Farming Life Opening and Closing Hours

  • Museum of Farming Life: 10am – 5:30pm
  • Last entry: 5pm
  • Tearoom: 10:30am – 4:30am
  • Grounds: open all the year around from dawn to dusk.
  • For further changes in timings, visit their official website.

How To Get To Pitmedden Garden & Museum Of Farming Life by Public Transport

  • Stagecoach: 290/291/ 292/293, Inverurie train station
  • By car: On A920 1 mile West of Pitmedden

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Address: PitmeddenGarden,Pitmedden, Ellon, Aberdeen & Grampian, AB41 7PD

Phone: +44-1651842352

Ticket Price: 7 GBP

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:30 pm Details

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  • The gardens and museums are great, always something beautiful to see. Orchards with apple trees of different varieties, pears, damsons, all of which they use to make produce for sale in the gift shop and tea room. There's also bee hives, and information points around the place. Different kinds of roses and flowers, and a herb garden. There's a resident cat named Ben, who is always checking things out. Strangely, some of the things in the gift shop are cheaper than the food in the tearoom!

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  • The staff were really lovely and accommodating to my dad (who is disabled). It was absolutely pouring it down when we arrived and they offered for him to park his scooter in the conservatory to save it getting wet. The food was good, and the exhibitions for farming were fascinating. Great day out (despite the rain)

  • Great gardens, very beautiful. Definitely worth a visit. The tearoom provides good soup, café and cakes.

  • Beautiful gardens. Great scones. What's not to like?

  • It's a stunning laid out formal garden with an amazing tea room and shop

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