Frogmore House and Gardens
Livability’s 10th Anniversary Year
As part of Livability’s 10th year anniversary celebrations, Livability is delighted to invite you to Windsor’s Frogmore House and Gardens. Formerly a royal residence, the gardens are only opened for 3 days each summer, in support of a select list of charities. This year, Livability is privileged to be one of the chosen charities. All proceeds from the day will be donated to the work of Livability.
Who is the day for?
Open to you, your friends and family, this ticketed event will give you a unique opportunity to explore the gardens, relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. We are spreading the word far and wide, to Livability staff, supporters, friends or family – everyone is welcome! Visitors are welcome to bring in their own picnics and hampers – and light refreshments will also be available for purchase on the day.
About the House
The estate in which Frogmore House and Garden now lies first came into royal ownership in the 16th century, but for a long time it was held by a succession of Crown tenants. Since 1792 when it was bought by George III for his wife Queen Charlotte, the house has been occupied by members of the Royal Family. Although it is no longer a royal residence, Frogmore House is frequently used by the Royal Family for entertaining.
How to book
Book online at: www.livability.org.uk/frogmore
or call: 0207 452 2129
Garden Entry only £6.50 (children under 5 are free)
Garden Entry & Guided Tour £9.50
Guests can also purchase tickets for house tours on the day (£7 for adults / £6 for over 60s and students / £5 for children aged 5-16).