Planning your visit
To help you make the most of your visit to Ryton Organic Gardens we've put together this guide.
How to find us
Ryton Gardens is 5 miles south east of Coventry, off the A45. 1 mile from Wolston village.
Opening times and admission prices
We're open everyday from 10am to 4pm and entry the gardens is free until Friday 25th March.
From 26th March 2016 our standard admission prices are:
Adult - £5.50*
Child (5 -16)/OAP/Concession/ Student - £3.50*
Family Ticket (2 adults + 2 children) - £14.50*
Under 5s - Free*
These prices include a 10% donation as part of the Gift Aid Scheme. Members of Garden Organic and the Birmingham Botanical Society can enter the gardens for free, upon production of a valid membership card.
Disabled access and facilities - You can download Garden Organic's access statement here.
Shop - The shop at Ryton Organic Gardens sells a wide range of organic gardening products including; seeds, peat free composts, books and gifts and is currently open from Monday to Friday.
Dogs - Only assistance dogs are allowed in the gardens.
Picnics - Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic. There are a number of places to sit and enjoy the gardens, we just ask that you take your litter home with you, as there are no litter bins in the gardens. Please do not feed the wildlife.
Cafe - Unfortunately there are currently no café facilities on site.
Photography - All visitors to Ryton Organic Gardens are welcome to take photos for their own use. Anyone wishing to sell or publish photographs should contact the press office at Garden Organic on 02476 303517.
Baby changing facilities are available in our disabled toilet facilities.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere at Ryton Organic Gardens.
Duration of visit our most recent Visitor Survey indicated that the majority of visitors spent over 3 hours on site.
Complaints If you have a cause for complaint during your visit, please let us know straight away. Most complaints can be sorted out quickly by Garden Organic staff and we always welcome the opportunity to do this if at all possible. If it’s not possible to complain at the time, please call 02476 303517 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your details.