Abbey House Gardens is the "garden of 5 acres (20,200 m2)" country house, Malmesbury in Wiltshire County, England.
In August 2005, Abbey House Gardens hosted what was the first "Clothing Optional day" a great attraction for tourists naturists, the initiative has attracted people from all over the country. Two-thirds of the visitors have enjoyed this garden.
In the garden there over 10,000 different plants, with a parterre and borders of colors for all seasons, spring, summer and autumn.
Interesting is the Knot Garden, formal flower beds and a well in the shape of a Celtic Cross.
Equally unusual is the Grove Dinosaur, a tree at the time of the dinosaurs, the extensive rose gardens emphasise the style popular in Tudor times.
Beautiful are the plants of daffodils, crocus, tulips and irises, of which 24,000 new bulbs were planted only in this year, is the largest private collection in the garden there are specimens of trees and shrubs with fabulous fall colors.
The Park has a parking lot, you can stay all day in the garden there are a restaurant and a tearoom.