Cambridge English Gardens

A Photographer’s Dream

Our outstanding gardens are the perfect backdrop for your wedding photos – whether it’s the rose-covered pergolas, the bridge over the lake, daffodil drifts, bejewelled borders or verdant vistas, you will be spoilt for choice.

The Park itself was created in the 1690s by Admiral Russell with the permission of the King, William III. He planted large avenues of lime trees in the Park to illustrate the battle formations of La Hogue, his famous naval victory over the French.

Now the extensive gardens are full of beautiful backdrops for your wedding photos. Whether it’s rose-covered pergolas, the bridge over the lake, daffodil drifts, bejewelled borders or verdant vistas you will be spoilt for choice.


Our gardens are only open to the public for a few days of the year, for further information about visiting them please visit the garden site:



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