Created in 1908, The Japanese Garden at Cowden is a remarkable early example of its type in Western Europe. Nestled beneath the Ochil Hills the five acre garden wraps around a large pond. Enjoy the meandering perimeter walk, taking in the changing scenes created by sculpted landforms, carefully placed stones, clipped shrubs and original stone lanterns. Restoration of this historic garden is ongoing, so this is an opportunity to see the project in its early stages.
CHANGE OF ENTRANCE FOR SUNDAY
The entrance to the garden will be from the Upper Hillfoots Road. It is advisable to approach from the A91 side as it is a lot shorter. If you have shared this event with any friends, please share this update too. We apologise for the confusion and would like to thank you for your understanding. We look forward to seeing you on Sunday.
Sunday 3 June, 12pm - 6pm (2018)
Admission £6.00, children free.
· St. James the Great Scottish Episcopal Church, Dollar 30% & Cowden Castle SCIO 30%.
There is a large body of open water so children must be supervised at all times.