I now understand how Alice in Wonderland felt, well, without the mysterious growing and shrinking and weird creatures 🙂 Initially I was only privy to viewing from the exterior through what should have been the main entrance but I’ve eventually had reason to be on the inside a number of times and each experience has been quite unique. The museum is accessible by paid admission but the gardens are open to the public. That I didn’t know until my last visit … the plan was to walk around till they found me and kicked me out but I read the sign which confirmed that would not happen 😛 These images are a combination of multiple visits there. So we start from the rather obscure entrance 🙂
Waiting for KeV to go here hehehe
The Garden is absolutely beautiful. It’s almost like a maze with seating and overgrowing hedges along the narrow paths.
Below is their multipurpose space which I learned could comfortably seat 450+ = the last time I visited – they were setting up for a music festival.