If you live in the New Forest it's right on your doorstep and well worth a visit.
But also it's worth travelling a distance to see these gardens. This time of year, in particular, they are bursting with all the colours of the rainbow and more.
Prepare to be amazed ...
200 acres of the spectacular Rothschild collection of trees, plants and shrubs.
Although I love plants I'm not much of a gardener, so have no idea what this plant is? Anyone know?
Kids love it
And, of course, this is not only a place for adults. Children can run off some of their energy in the gardens and the kiddies' playground too.
Remember to take a ride on the steam railway. If you've been before, you may think you've seen it all. Nope! You'll be treated to a slightly different route on the train now opened by Dan Snow a few weeks ago.:)
Note: At busy times of the year, especially kids holidays, you will need to queue.
This is the place to embrace life in The New Forest. Where are we? Of course it's Exbury Gardens.
And if you time it right you may even get to see the star of the show The Wisteria in the Sundial Garden
Another note: For a discount, book online prior to the day you want to visit.
Do you have beautiful gardens? Would you like to feature here?
Email Jan to find out how.