Future Plans 2016-2020
Walled Garden & Restaurant
Created by Bishop Cosin in the 17th century, the Walled Garden at Auckland Castle was one of the first of its kind in North East England. Using pioneering techniques it featured heated walls and innovative glass hothouses to grow vegetables, flowers, fruit and even pineapples, for the Bishop’s guests. Following this tradition, produce grown in the redeveloped garden will be used within The Auckland Project's restaurants.
Your visit will follow the route taken by the Bishop and his guests, down the 18th-century stairs to the Walled Garden, which is divided into three sections: an upper garden, terrace and greenhouses.
Situated over the main terrace of the Upper Walled Garden, will be the Walled Garden Restaurant, a striking new contemporary structure designed by Japanese architects SANAA. Click here to find out more.
The Walled Garden and restaurant is supported by Garfield Weston Foundation and The Headley Trust.
This page will be updated regularly with news, images and films of the Walled Garden development, ahead of its official opening in 2019.
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