Following the Government's recent legislation, please note that the wearing of a mask is a condition of entry to the Kilver Court retail areas.

Monday - Saturday: 10am - 5.30pm
Sunday: 10am -5pm
Monday: 10am - 5.30pm
Thursday - Saturday: 10am - 5.30pm
Sunday: 10am -5pm
(closed Tuesday & Wednesday)

For any queries please call our Duty Manager phone on 07841 871473


We have three car parks : Main Courtyard, Great Barton and Lower Car Park

Garden Admission Fees

Adults : £7.50 | Concessions/Students: £5.50 | Under 14's: Free
Group bookings : £5.50
(for 10 people or more - all groups need to be booked in advance)
Car Parking is FREE (coach drivers please book in advance of your visit)

PLEASE NOTE: You do not need to book to visit the gardens.


Kilver Court is 30 minutes from Bath and Bristol and only 2.5 hours from London by car. We are located on the main A37 on the outskirts of Shepton Mallet (at the foot of the rolling Mendip hills) in the heart of Somerset, opposite the cider factory. Look out for the brown 'Kilver Court Garden' signs as you head into Shepton Mallet. Local train links are frequent and our nearest mainline station is Castle Cary (for local train links visit Kilver Court is only 10 minutes away from Castle Cary station by car and takes approx 35 mins by bus. There is a bus that runs from Castle Cary Station to Kilver Street (Charlton Inn bus stop).


Due to the nature of the site, disabled access is limited. Please phone our Duty Manager (07841871473) before you visit us and we can help you plan your day and the best route for exploring Kilver Court and accessing the areas you wish. Due to the historical nature of the gardens they have limited wheelchair access.


Regrettably dogs are not permitted in our stores or gardens, except guide dogs. Dogs are permitted on our site and in the Parlour area of our Harlequin Cafe.

Special Events

Important Notice: On a few days throughout the year we host weddings and other special events in our gardens. These events don’t have exclusive use of the gardens which remain open to the general public, however there may be a large number of guests who are using certain areas of the gardens for photographs.