It’s no wonder the royal family is so fond of garden parties. With bright blossoms and lush topiary displays everywhere you look, it’s hard not to fall in love with England’s many gardens. Better yet, you can live out your fantasies of being a member of the Victorian elite, as many of these scenic spots are located on the grounds of historic castles and mansions.
Dorset: Compton Gardens
Compton Gardens is one of the most visited attractions in Southern England. It was founded by Thomas William Simpson, an entrepreneur who became wealthy by manufacturing margarine.
The Cotswolds: Ampney Park
There are more than 20 sculptures in Ampney Park, which was built in 1620 and still maintains many of the original Victorian details.
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