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Exbury Gardens

Exbury Gardens

These beautiful gardens were planted in the 1920's by Lionel de Rothchild and are now run by his descendants.

World-famous for the Rothschild Collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and rare trees and shrubs. The gardens were planted in the 1920's by Lionel de Rothchild and are now run by his descendants. Exbury has proved that it really is a garden for all seasons and our early Autumn visit will see spectacular displays of colour from the Japanese maples, deciduous azaleas and flourishing dogwoods to walk through or for the less active take a ride on the steam train (not included).

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

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Name Address Contact Details Times
Bitterne - Sainsburys Bitterne Outside Sainsbury's (Old Safeways)
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Coliseum, Southampton Coliseum Garage, Botley Road, West End
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Eastleigh - Leigh Road Leigh Road bus stop at side of Holiday Inn Hotel
just past junction with Passfield Avenue
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Eastleigh Bus Station Bus Station, Eastleigh

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Hedge End - JBP John Barleycorn Pub, Lower Northam Road
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Southampton - Cenotaph Southampton Centotaph, Above Bar Street
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