Tea and art at Windsor garden

Picture of Diamond Jubilee Afternoon Tea

One of the afternoon teas offered to groups in a private marquee at Windsor Great Park’s Savill Garden.

GROUPS visiting Windsor Great Park’s Savill Garden in 2013 will be able to see two new sculptures.

‘Lie of the Land’ is an artwork by New Zealand sculptor John Edgar and is located in the New Zealand Garden.

The award-winning Rose Garden, meanwhile, has a new standing stone feature by the distinguished sculptor Martin Cook. It is made from Welsh slate and carries the verse from a Robert Graves poem, ‘How hot the scent is of the summer rose’.

As part of your group’s visit to The Savill Garden, you can enjoy a pre-booked Royal Garden Party Afternoon Tea in a private marquee (April to September).

Special value combined visits to Windsor Castle or Frogmore House are also available, together with the popular combined Royal Garden and River Boat Cruise along the River Thames.

For further information telephone 01753 847543