Keeping you safe when visiting Myddelton House Gardens
Throughout the Coronavirus outbreak, keeping our visitors, staff and volunteers safe has been our top priority.
To help ensure everyone’s safety we need you to follow these instructions.
NHS Test and Trace
When visiting our venues please check in with the NHS Test and Trace app. If you don’t have a smart phone or you run into any problems our team are on hand to help.
Coming to the site
The gardens are open for visits Wednesday - Sunday, 10:00 - 16:00
The Bowles Tea Room is open for gardens visitors to use from 10:00 and closes at 15:30 - they'll be offering hot and cold drinks, snacks and a limited menu for takeaway and to eat in our outside courtyard
We expect and recommend that you wear a face covering in our venues when people are nearby and especially in crowded areas. They can be removed once outdoors and for consuming food
If you or anyone in your household is experiencing any signs of illness do not visit the gardens
In order to minimise risk we would encourage 1m+ social distancing. You should limit the close contact you have with those you do not usually live with. Please be considerate of other visitors and give them space
While hand sanitiser will be available on site bringing your own is recommended
When parking, make sure you park far enough away from anyone else to avoid contact with other people. If other people are nearby, please wait for them to go before you get out of your car.
There’s a toilet available for use, if the area is busy please wait to enter the toilets
Please bring only what you need for your visit. Take everything home that you bring. Please don’t leave any litter
During your visit
Entrance to glasshouses, conservatory and museum is restricted.
Benches are available for use
If an area of the garden is particularly busy we encourage you visit another part of the garden and come back later
Leaving the site
Take care in the car park and, if there are people near your car, wait for them to go before you get into yours. Limited social gathering should take place in the car park
There’ll be gardeners and volunteers working on site please give them space