Claremont Landscape Garden - National Trust

Heritage site
A lake lined with trees in the early morning, with mist floating over the landscape

The lake and island at Claremont Landscape Garden, Surrey. The lake as planned by Bridgeman in 1715 was circular; the present irregular shape was created c.1738 by William Kent.

© National Trust Images/Andrew Butler

    • The Garden was the Pleasure Grounds for Dukes, Duchesses, Princesses, Kings and Queens that lived in the Mansion. Now it is a 49 acre, 18th century landscape Garden offering peace and tranquillity in safe surroundings together with a level pathway around the serpentine lake and a unique turf amphitheatre. Visit Claremont and experience its beautiful and often surprising features, including the Belvedere Tower, Camellia Terrace, ‘wild’ animal statues and grotto.
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