Hidden behind the 18th century facades of Newburgh High Street is a jumble of wonderful old gardens, some of them dating back centuries, and many with spectacular views of the Tay estuary. We are opening for the second time in 2019, and the gardens will include some of last year’s along with some new – including a converted church garden fronting onto the main street, and the beautiful gardens of the local care home. Those which are opening for the second time will be significantly developed and as before there will be a wide mix of flowers, vegetables, herbaceous borders, orchards, and a fair few hens and ducks.
On the A913 between Perth and Cupar. There is a car park at each end of the village with tickets and teas available nearby.
Admission includes tea/coffee. Newburgh, at the northern end of the Fife coastal path, sits on a hill; and access to some of the gardens is up closes and down vennels. Some allow for disabled access but not all.