Every year since 1976, residents of the conservation area known as the Avenues open their gardens to raise money for charity. This year, we have a huge number of gardens opening with a massive diversity of gardening styles complimented by unique local Victorian and Edwardian architecture.
With around 50 gardens opening, there's plenty to see and do in this year's Avenues Open Gardens. The gardens will be open this year on the first two Sunday afternoons in July - 7th and 14th - 1pm to 5pm.
Encouraging residents to open their gardens to let the rest of Hull see behind the small front gardens and step into a discovery of unique, quirky and distinguishing features which makes the Avenues Open Gardens one of the cities outstanding events of the year.
On each afternoon, visitors can sit and listen to the musically talent residents, take in the beautiful flowers and plants on display or simply enjoy the many refreshments and cakes on offer.
Plant sales at many gardens and from Mires Beck Nursery.
Programmes are £4.00 per adult (children free) and provide access to all gardens on both Sundays.
How to get your tickets:
Programmes are available from the following stockists in advance - Panache, Grain, Cactus Cafe, Planet Coffee, Kings Stores, Chanterlands Library and Dove House Hospice shops on Newland Avenue, Chanterlands Avenue.
Programmes are available from all houses displaying the Avenues Open Gardens posters on the day.
We recommend you type in HU5 3JX on your 'sat nav' which will take you to where you need to start your Open Gardens tour. The Avenues encompasses - Victoria, Park, Westbourne and Marlborough and all lie between Chanterlands Avenue and Princes Avenue.