Back by popular demand, landscape architect and university lecturer, Clare Burgess’ walking tour of Arderne Gardens – a small public gem of a park off Main Rd, in Claremont (almost Kenilworth). With its collection of Champion Trees and huge exotics, unsurprisingly it is a Provincial Heritage Site. It was established way back in 1845 by Ralph Henry Arderne, a timber merchant originally from Cheshire, England. I will be giving a bit of history, but the focus will be on the landscaping – from the new and small to the majestic, huge trees (with a few surprises in-between).

I’m hoping being a Saturday we’ll see some of the wedding parties going there for pictures, as we leave. The outfits are amazing (and the joy).

  • Allow two hours
  • Price: R250 payable 10 days in advance, otherwise R300
  • Small group so book with me soon: kate@cultureconnectsa.com WhatsApp/call: 072 377 8014
  • In advance I’ll send you a brief history and practical details for the tour; in the meantime you might like downloading the Voice Map audio tour of the gardens (R30.90)
  • Do ask if you would like this as a private tour – at a time and date to suit you and your ‘bubble’
  • Don’t forget your mask and cancel if you feel unwell or have been with anyone likely to have Covid

Main image via Clare Gibbon.

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04/14/2021 - 00:00
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Created
Tue, 04/06/2021 - 13:17

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