Monday, 3 June 2013

Emmetts Gardens, National Trust

This week we went to Emmetts Gardens, a really lovely National Trust property and gardens in Kent, not far from us. We’ve been before so we knew how lovely it is, but we hadn’t bargained on seeing SOOO many bluebells. We saw loads the other week at Hatchlands Park, but there were so many more here I think. It was a bit of a ramble round especially with the buggy but it was worth it. As usual we took a picnic and just let the kids roam a bit. The rhododendrons and azaleas were all in bloom and looked absolutely gorgeous, the grounds are just so well maintained. We didn’t do any of the NT 50 things that day (well there was a bit of rolling going on but I felt it didn’t count as it wasn’t a big enough hill!) but we just enjoyed the sunshine and fresh air. I particularly loved the magnifying glasses that you can loan for the day, the kids loved walking around like Sherlock Holmes. 

My Bluebell Fairy!
Swathes of Bluebells!

I spy with my little eye.....

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall


  1. Kent totally has the best National Trust parks in the South, they're very nice!

  2. I love the last picture! I like your blog header too, I do love a bit of bunting ;)

  3. Beautiful photos and I love the glasses, such a good idea to keep children interested around the grounds. Thanks for linking up to Country Kids.

  4. Oooh I love these photos and this place sounds great for little ones to explore and have adventures.
    Just popping by from country kids

    Laura x