A sort of recommendation after watching Gardeners World. Pros: pleasant view of a lake, relaxing, lovely and vivid autumn colours on a few trees. Cons: Car park is a mud fest and so is much of the paths. Not suitable for pushchairs etc., some paths are quite steep and can be slippery when wet. Nothing much for kids. Only some trees labelled. £10 is expensive for what it is, literally just a dozen trees in autumnal colours, takes about 1-2 hours to walk around. As a comparison, went to visit Richmond Park, that's free, better managed woodland, bigger, much easier to walk about with more facilities. Wisley down the road is around £15/£16, which is outstanding when you know what you get. Box Hill not too far, about the same walking experience and again free.
The botanical garden is very large, with many plants that you know and don’t know. Some trees are full of different flowers, which are very beautiful, and there are statues and exhibitions in the park. There are not many tourists.
There are a lot of new construction and maintenance work in the Winkworth Botanical Garden. The road train is a good way to travel. There is also a World War memorial. The shops, cafes and toilet facilities are very good, all year round. Hold other exhibitions.
The nearest town is Godalming, which is managed by the National Trust and was built in the early 20th century. There are more than 1,000 different types of shrubs and trees in the park. There are different scenery in the four seasons, and the most beautiful one is the autumn season with red leaves everywhere.
Winkworth Botanic Garden is a botanical garden built on a hillside in Salisbury, southern England. It is not too far from London. It is often a place for Londoners to go out in spring or enjoy red leaves in autumn. This botanical garden has more than 1,000 different kinds of plants, so there are different scenery throughout the year. Tickets cost £6.50.