The Mesnil Garden is an Anglo-Norman garden that has been embroidered over the years. It is situated 30 km to the North of Rouen in the Brayon countryside in the Seine Maritime department in Normandie. Its structure is particularly adapted to Japanese Maples, Cornus, Magnolias, Liquidambars, Hydrangeas, Rhododendrons, and other trees and shrubs from around the world, some of them rare. It's a walk on 4 hectares that awaits the visitor, in a paradise of biodiversity. A moment of peace with the birds, the insects and the frogs for only musicians in this place dedicated to silence. At the end of your visit, you could partake of the elaborate snacks that the owner likes to prepare for her visitors in the tea room ”La Hulotte” (The Tawny Owl).
Created in : 1982
Surface : 4 hectares
- Opening 2020 :
From April 26 through November 11 open on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, Bank Holidays and Bridge days from 11 am to 6 pm.
Guided visit on demand every Sunday at 2 pm (duration 1h30)
Visits without guide are still possible.
On the other days visits are possible by appointment, if our schedule allows it.
For group visits, consult with us beforehand.
- Visits :
Guided visits with previous booking , Duration of a guided visit : 2h30mn, Minimal number of persons for a guided visit : 2 .
Access partially adapted for disabled persons.
- Charges :
Individual and group rate : 8 euros (free visit)
Guided tour : 10 euros
From 5 to 15 years old : 4 euros
Free: under 5 years old.
- Services :
Public lavatory, Tearoom, Fastfood-Restaurant, Seminars, Wheelchairs at your disposal, Wi-Fi Access, Children's workshops, Workshops garden, Dog admitted if kept on a lead, Carpark arranged, .
- Access :
30 km north east of Rouen on the A 28, exit Moulin d'écalles. In Montérolier, follow the signs.
GPS (Lat x Long) : 49.631534000, 1.346083000