In case you think it’s all doom, gloom and complaints in my life at the moment, there are the occasional perfect autumn days to rejoice every little cockle and mussel of my heart. There are few things more beautiful than an English garden, but perhaps one with artworks to discover and a son with a map determined to see every single one of them (and exclaim at the prices) is the best garden of all!
Savill Garden is an enclosed, well-tended part of Windsor Great Park, but not that easy to find even with a GPS. It’s considered one of the finest ornamental gardens in England, is part of the Crown Estate, and until 31st October it hosts an exhibition of 61 sculptures.
12 thoughts on “Autumn in all its glory: Savill Garden, Windsor”
What absolutely gorgeous ‘photos, Marina Sofia! And what a stunning garden, too. It makes me remember how much I miss real autumn (which we don’t have where I live). Thanks for such a lovely reminder.
Very nice pics, Marina Sofia.
Looks glorious and what wonderful artworks. Needless to say, the most expensive one is the one I like best…. 🙂
Drool! Lovely photos, stunning art-works, and, of course, most beautiful of all, the growing and moving things!
Thank you so much for this post! I am a gardener and your photos are inspiring. Would love to see all the sculpture. Both whimsical and very beautiful.
Beautiful photos! And it looks like it was a perfect day too. Thanks!
Wonderful! I never knew this garden existed, and I have walked in Windsor Great Park several times. The sculptures are gorgeous and perfectly placed. Sounds like you had a relaxing and restorative afternoon 🙂
I know, it’s so easy to miss it! I thought it was somewhere else entirely.
I used to walk in Windsor Park often when I worked in the area years ago, and have visited Savill Gardens – so thanks for bringing back some good memories.
Glad I could do so! It’s gorgeous, I will certainly be back there.
You seem to be getting the most out of your recent move 🙂
Recently went to Alnwick Gardens in Northumberland. If you’re ever in that area it is worth seeing.