Hyde Hall
Chelmsford
CM3 8ET







About Hyde Hall
RHS Garden Hyde Hall was donated to the Society in 1993. Nearly 40 years of work has brought it from a windswept hill with just six mature trees, to the present day Garden of 24 acres.

The Garden contains the National Collection of Viburnum and an attractive plantsman's garden of eight acres containing a woodland area, spring bulbs, ornamental ponds with lilies and fish, together with a large collection of modern roses and a rope walk of climbing and pillar roses.


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Directions

Hyde Hall

From M25 - Junction 28

From the M25, take junction 28 onto the A12 signposted to Chelmsford. After approx. 12 miles, leave the A12 at A130 signed to Southend-on-Sea/Basildon.

5 miles on, exit at Rettendon and follow brown tourist flower signs to RHS Garden Hyde Hall through Rettendon village (carefully observing the 30 mph signs and road priorities).

Approx. 1 mile later, turn right towards East Hanningfield into the East Hanningfield Road at The Bell public house. Turn right into Buckhatch Lane.

From M25 - Junction 29

From the M25, take junction 29 onto the A127 signposted to Southend-on-Sea. After approx. 12 miles, leave the A127 at the A130 signed to Chelmsford.

3 miles on, exit at Rettendon and follow brown tourist flower signs to RHS Garden Hyde Hall through Rettendon village (carefully observing 30 mph signs and road priorities).

Approx. 1 mile later, turn right towards East Hanningfield into the East Hanningfield Road at The Bell public house. Turn right into Buckhatch Lane.

Important Note

Since the recent completion of the new A130, the garden is now easily found by following the Brown Tourist flower signs all the way from the new A130.

 

 


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