A peaceful water garden in the stunning Hampshire countryside, providing the perfect setting to relax, unwind and appreciate the most beautiful views whatever the season.
Enjoy the outdoors and head to Longstock Park Water Garden in the Test Valley. Enjoy this beautiful and enchanting garden with its serene water landscape dotted with charming wooden bridges. Stroll along meandering paths and discover diverse flora while enjoying the soothing ambience of this stunning, intimate garden which was owned and loved by the founder of the John Lewis Partnership.
Book your ticket in advance or purchase on the day at the gate. Please be aware that we only take card payments at the garden.
Get your season ticket for 2023 and enjoy unlimited visits to the water garden during opening season.
Enjoy unlimited entry to the Water Garden in 2023 and make the most of these beautiful gardens as they grow and change with the seasons.
The Longstock Park Water Garden is a beautiful and serene setting that attracts a variety of water birds, insects, butterflies and fish.
The water garden is home to a significant plant collection, including over 100 different trees and 40 different waterlily species alone.
From frosty mornings to sun drenched days, the breathtaking scenery has to be seen to be believed.
Take a quiet moment to yourself and indulge in the stunningly serene atmosphere of the water garden.
Our garden spans six acres of crystal-clear water, islands and woodland valleys. We’re incredibly proud that it’s been named “The finest water garden in the world” by the International Waterlily & Water Gardening Society.
Browse our garden range and pick up some seasonal blooms to brighten up your outdoor spaces. We stock a wide range of plants and gardening products, tools, giftware and home accessories. Let us help you garden all year round.
As part of our commitment to sustainability, we tend the gardens respectfully, which means it looks vibrant and beautiful throughout the changing seasons.
We reduce the amount of mowing in the area, reducing fossil fuel consumption and supporting the diversity of the garden’s flora and fauna. We are currently harvesting a managed percentage of green seed to disperse on other areas of the estate.