Hauser & Wirth – Oudolf garden




The above coach visit has been arranged.

If you are interested in joining us there are still a few places remaining; please contact us on and we will forward an application form to you.

There will be one pick-up point: St. John’s Church, Churchdown. GL3 2DA. (please park in the back car park and park tidily so that we can all fit in the space) As Kilver Court is not so far away, we shall go straight there, leaving Gloucester at 8.30am and arriving sometime around 10.30am. We shall spend the morning at Kilver Court and leave after lunch to travel to Hauser & Wirth Gallery at Bruton. We shall spend the afternoon at Hauser & Wirth, departing at 5.00pm, arriving at Churchdown around 6.30pm.

The cost of the trip will be £29 per person which includes coach travel and entry to the gardens at Kilver Court and a guided tour at Hauser & Wirth Gallery(no entry charge).

You will need to have lunch at Kilver Court before we depart for Hauser & Wirth.

Please note that NO refreshments included in the cost.

Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis with priority given to members of GOGG. Places are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment. 

Kilver Court The visionary design influences of Mulberry founder Roger Saul can now be seen coming to fruition in his garden at Kilver Court gardens. His unique planting schemes using colour and texture are evident in his newly redesigned 100m colourist herbaceous border, formal parterre and subtropical island. This eclectic garden is also home to one of the largest sculptures in the world, a breath-taking 15-metre-high Victorian viaduct. Explore the garden nursery which is a treasure trove of garden gifts, plants and tools There is also a shopping outlet on site with café for light lunches, teas & coffees and a restaurant for lunchtime meals.

Hauser & Wirth Gallery There is an art gallery housed within the old farm buildings with a stunning garden designed by Piet Oudolf, also a shop attached to the gallery. We shall have a tour of the gallery and the gardens on arrival, hopefully not taking too long. We shall have tea in Bruton before our return journey to Gloucester.