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Rowallane Gardens


🪻The gardens here are just stunning, one of the most beautiful gardens I’ve seen. With so many different plants and trees to see. Ivy loved finding all the different and unique plants varying in colour.


🌲With grounds covering a large area there is lots to see. From the lake to the bandstand and the old buildings.


🦁Take the wee ones into the little lions den where they can explore the games, dress up and read some books. Check out their website as they run different play and story telling sessions throughout the year.



🪵You can check out their explore and play space, where everything is made naturally. Using fallen trees as climbing frames, log stepping stones and dens made out of branches. A fabulous space where your immersed in all that nature has to offer.



🎶On different weekends they run Gigs in the Green where you can check out some fantastic local talent.


🏍My favourite feature of the national trust is their FREE to use balance bikes. A great feature where your little ones can zoom around.


🏠Inside the house had some cute little stalls selling some bespoke products and a lots of information about the gardens.


☕️The cafe here onsite is lovely with some great lunch items and sweet treats.


ℹ️National trust members go free, or it’s £8 per adult, £4 per child (under 5s free) The paths are pram and wheelchair friendly. You can also hire out mobility scooters free of charge just reserve in advance. Open 10-6 and the cafe is 10-5. Check their website for all information.


📍 Rowallane Garden, Saintfield, County Down, BT24 7LH

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