Take a FREE guided tour of these beautiful gardens which have many fine trees and are home to three monuments of historical significance: Scriven’s Conduit, the King’s Board and the Chancel of the 12th century leper chapel of St Mary Magdalene.
The tour will also include a visit inside Hillfield House, a Grade II listed building, built in 1867, with interesting stained glass windows depicting scenes from the Barons’ War.
The tour takes about an hour.
Pre-booking is required. Tickets available from Tourist Information Centre in Southgate Street.
Meet at the London Road entrance to Hillfield Gardens.
This is one of a number of events forming Gloucester History Festival and Heritage Open Days.