Horatio's Garden - Glasgow
- Wed 3rd Jun
Horatio's Garden Scotland Open Tour DayHoratio’s Garden Scotland is opening for a special tour day on Wednesday 3rd June from 11am – 1pm. There are just 20 spaces available, so be sure to book your place quickly! As part of our brand new Garden Tours opportunity, we’re giving you the chance to explore this stunning garden. Head Gardener, Sallie Sillars, will be on-hand to introduce you to all the thoughtful aspects of the garden whilst a our friendly volunteer team are more than happy to share their insights into the positive impact Horatio’s Garden and gardening more widely have on people’s lives. Places cost £12.50 per person, excluding fees. Please click the ‘Buy Tickets’ button at the top of this page to book your place.
- Wed 2nd Sep
Horatio's Garden Scotland Open Tour EveningHoratio’s Garden Scotland will be opening exclusively to the public on Wednesday 2nd September from 6pm – 8pm as part of our Garden Tours venture. There are just 20 spaces available, so be sure to book your place quickly! This is one of few opportunities to experience the beauty of the garden James Alexander-Sinclair has previously cited as his ‘favourite’! You will have the chance to appreciate the sensory planting James thoughtfully selected, whilst also learning more about how Horatio’s Garden supports patients with spinal injuries and their loved ones. Head Gardener Sallie Sillars and the brilliant volunteer team will be available to answer any of your questions too, so this is a wonderful opportunity to support us and all that we do. Tours will include light refreshments. There will be an opportunity to purchase plants from the garden and items from our bespoke merchandise range.
Garden audio tours
Listen in on the secrets of selected gardens from their head gardeners. Our audio tours take you through seasonal planting, histories and stories.
The Scottish National Spinal Unit Queen Elizabeth University Hospital 1345 Govan Rd Glasgow GB G51 4TF
Areas of Horatio's Garden - Glasgow
Open 24/7 for patients