The East Garden was laid out by the 5th Marquess of Salisbury. This part of the Garden has elegant parterres, topiary and rare plants are a delight for the gardening enthusiast and for those wishing to spend a quiet time in idyllic surroundings. Designed to be viewed from the first floor of the House, the East Garden is only open to the public on one day each week during the visitor season.
Only open on Wednesdays, this garden on the private side of the house consists of formal box beds in front of the house and the seventeenth century 'New Pond'. The famous maze can be seen from a raised platform on the west side, but is not accessible to the public.
You can also visit the lovely garden at Cranborne, Dorset