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A beautiful, lush, Grade I listed green space on the outskirts of London. This eighteenth century garden was originally created and landscaped by Charles Hamilton MP between 1738 and 1773. Visitors can roam the 200-odd acres, which contain numerous follies, including Abbey ruins and a gothic temple, a crystal grotto, a waterwheel, vineyard, lake, a tea shop and more.
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