The Garden and teahouse are open Wednesday to Sunday from until 1st November 10am-4pm for Summer wandering and Autumn colour,
we are closed every Monday and Tuesday
(except we will be open August Bank holiday Monday)
There is no need to book, there is plenty of parking and plenty of space.
IF THE WEATHER IS DUE TO BE VERY WINDY THE GARDEN WILL NOT BE OPEN FOR SAFETY REASON PLEASE CHECK HERE OR CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION.
We will be asking staff and visitors to follow government guidance with social distancing. If you see other visitors please take an alternative route or hang back and keep your distance, there is plenty of space and you are welcome to walk off the paths in these circumstances. We are operating a one way system on some narrower paths so please follow the signs.
On arrival please park and head to the teahouse / entry desk payments are taken outside and ideally with a contactless debit / credit card. The teahouse wont be open to come in, but we are doing sandwiches, cold drinks, cappuccino, latte, teas and smoothies, in takeaway cups from outside as well as ice creams and a selection of cakes, tray bakes, to enjoy as takeaways outside only. We can also do you picnic trug with sandwiches, drinks, cakes please email for more details.
Please only use our loos if necessary although we will be cleaning them regularly.
Well behaved dogs on short leads are very welcome!
The garden will be open for summer 1st July Wed-Sunday 10am - 4pm until after our Autumn colour 1st November.
(We are closed on Monday and Tuesdays to allow for noisier / messy gardening work!)
In December we will again be selling our premium Christmas Trees from the teahouse.
ABOUT THE GARDEN
Nestling in a fold of the Surrey Hills Ramster is famous for its stunning spring colour, but this year we are staying open to allow visitors to discover the award winning Ramster Gardens thought out the summer, with over 25 acres of peaceful woodland, views of lakes and hillsides, filled with colour and interest. It is famous for its magnificent displays of rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias, and many rare and unusual trees and flowering shrubs. Ramster is also one the best places in Surrey to see autumn colour. The unique 100-year-old avenue of maples, woodland areas with oak and larch, and American red gum tree Liquidambar - with its long-lasting autumn shades of orange, crimson and purple - create a breath-taking burst of colour not to be missed.
With a lovely tearoom serving coffee, afternoon tea, sandwiches and delicious homemade cakes, we hope you enjoy your visit.
The main house, Ramster Hall, is a private family home which is both historic and beautiful and is available to hire as a