Montague Burton teaching garden

We are open for school visits and have safety measures in place to support your children to visit us safely during Covid-19. To book your visit or for more information, please email us.

School visits to Hyde Hall are free

Hyde Hall offers school groups a wide variety of exciting environments to explore including the Dry Garden, vegetable plots and woodland. We welcome all students including those with special educational needs.

Guided and self-guided visits

As well as our guided visits, with workshops for primary and secondary schools, we also have a range of resources for self-guided visits covering many areas of the school curriculum including art, numeracy and the natural world. 

More about guided visits

More about self-guided visits

The Clore Learning Centre

The Clore Learning CentreThe Clore Learning Centre is our purpose-built education building, catering for up to 90 students at any time. It opens out onto our Learning Garden where students can explore the story of plants, from cereal crops to pollinators, as well as discover how plants have adapted to grow in a variety of habitats.

Key information for school visits to Hyde Hall

Things to conside for your visit

All of our programmes include outdoor experiences in the garden. Please ensure that the students and accompanying adults are dressed sensibly for the weather, with suitable footwear and appropriate clothing. It's advisable that pupils visiting the garden have an up-to-date tetanus inoculation, particularly if a hands-on gardening activity is planned.

Contact information 

To book your visit or for further information please contact us.
Tel: 01245 402033

See the brochure (4.7MB pdf) with all our school workshops for primary and secondary schools at RHS Garden Hyde Hall.

Courses & workshops

Learn a new skill or brush up on old ones with a workshop or short course with the RHS.

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The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.