Trip overview

Departure dates ranging from:

September 2024

Prices starting at:


What's Included?

Join this coach trip and embark on a garden tour by one of The King's knowledgeable Garden Guides.



13:00-14:30 (TOUR)

Your garden tour will be led by one of The King's Garden Guides who are knowledgeable about most aspects of the garden. The garden tour lasts approximately 1½ hours and covers around two miles of garden. Should you have walking difficulties, please be aware that some paths are unmade. We suggest stout shoes and suitable clothing as tours continue during wet weather.


After the tour, be seated in the Orchard Room for a 2-course lunch:



Chicken Supreme

served with crush new potatoes, seasonal vegetables & jus



Seasonal Eton Mess

using the most seasonal fruit served with broken meringue pieces & freshly whipped cream


(please advise of any dietary requirements on booking)


If time allows, we will visit the Highgrove Shop in Tetbury.





    bring photographic identification with them (i.e. passport, driving licence, bus pass). Alternatively, a bank card is acceptable.

  • The use of mobile phones and cameras is restricted to certain areas of the Estate which will be explained to you on entry. Binoculars and other forms of recording equipment are not allowed for security reasons.

  • Smoking (including vaping) is not permitted anywhere on the Estate.

  • The Orchard Tea Room will be available to guests after their guided tour. They will be serving a selection of light refreshments. Reservations are not required.





Group Bookings

Group Bookings of 10+ receive: 50% off 1 place

Group Bookings of 20+ receive: 1 FREE place




**Specific Access Requirements**

Highgrove reserves the right to postpone or re-route tours around the garden in adverse weather conditions and in situations beyond our control.

Some paths on the Estate are unmade, there are cobblestones on the Estate and there are no seating facilities in the garden.  This should be borne in mind, especially if any members of your party have walking difficulties.  Tours will continue in wet weather,

and it is recommended that stout shoes and suitable clothing is worn.

Wheelchair users must bring a strong helper and notify us at the time of booking as Highgrove Health and Safety requirements limit the maximum number of wheelchair Visitors at any one time. Adverse weather conditions may restrict access to some areas of the garden for wheelchairs users and as such visitors may be required to use an alternative route. Wheelchair access is available to the tea room and shop.

Highgrove reserves the right to postpone or re-route tours around the garden in adverse weather conditions and in situations beyond their control.