Your culture attendant: things to do in Brampton Bryan

A THING TO DO TODAY

BRAMPTON BRYAN
Price: £6 (adult)
Time: 1-3 hours
The work of Herefordshire gardener Richard Pim, Westonbury Mill Water Gardens boast arrays of garden flowers. But what sets the gardens apart are the follies. From a massive timber-framed cuckoo clock to a dome made of 5000 wine bottles, go along and discover them as you wander amongst the displays - open from 11am to 5pm today.
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BRAMPTON BRYAN
HEREFORDSHIRE
52.34623, -2.92581


Sunrise: 04:56
Sunset: 19:35
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