Impromptu visit leads to memorable family fun

An impromptu visit to Larmer Tree Gardens has unlocked some precious family time for a mother and her son.

Marina, a mother of two, has discussed the memorable two hours she spent exploring the idyllic gardens with her youngest son, Maxim, in her recent blog post.

Describing her intention to visit the gardens for the past three years, Marina and Maxim took some time out whilst in the area to enjoy a long-awaited explore of the beautiful gardens.

Soaking up the attractive collection of Colonial and Oriental buildings, the pair got completely immersed in the gardens and even snapped Maxim with Pea Chicks outside the Oriental building.

Marina described the gardens as tranquil and enchanting and found her favourite building was The Jubilee Hall, built in 1897 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee.

The Roman Temple at Larmer Tree Gardens built in 1880

They also photographed the striking Roman Temple, which was built in 1880 and has become the focal point for many wedding ceremonies taking place at Larmer Tree Gardens. The structure offers an intimate space offering a unique garden wedding venue for prospective bride and grooms.

Like many other visitors, Marina and Maxim have taken advantage of all that the attractive Larmer Tree Gardens have to offer. The beautiful gardens offer fantastic family days out in Wiltshire and are a perfect setting to get lost in nature for the afternoon.

Read Marina’s lifestyle blog.