Wychwood Wild Garden is a beautiful woodland and garden, close to the centre
of Shipton-under-Wychwood in Oxfordshire.
Its 12.5 acres of avenues, woods and ponds much of which was laid out in the 1860's, is home to wild life and many breeds of ducks and birds. It is owned and managed by the local community and offered as a place of peace and tranquillity to local residents, guests and visitors to the area.
Preserving a legacy for the Wychwoods
How to Find Us
The Wychwood Wild Garden is located on the south side of the village of Shipton-under-Wychwood in West Oxfordshire, on the A361. The Garden is open at all times to visitors. Dogs are welcome, but please keep them on a lead at all times.
The main entrance is the Gates and Avenue opposite Shipton Court, however there is no parking here.
Alternatively, park in Dog Kennel Lane, walk down the lane a short distance and use the rear gate to access the Garden.
There are no visitor facilities or toilets in the vicinity of the Wild Garden, so please plan your visit accordingly.
After your walk around the garden, why not visit one of the pubs in Shipton to relax, The Lamb in the Upper High Street, the Shaven Crown by the village green or The Wychwood by the New Beaconsfield Hall.
Nearest Postcode OX7 6DG
N 51 85.575 minutes W 1 59.945 minutes
Wychwood Wild Garden was acquired by the community in 2010 with the assistance of The Cotswold Conservation Board Sustainable Development Fund, The Doris Field Trust and HDH Wills Trust.
Shipton-under-Wychwood Wild Garden and Woods is a company limited by guarantee and a registered charity No.1133334. The key aims of the company are to provide public access to the Wild Garden, to maintain and conserve its environment and to provide valuable educational resources.
Supported by The Cotswold Conservation Board’s Sustainable Development Fund
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