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Snowdrop Season

An event in February in Cambridgeshire
Anglesey Abbey
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
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Snowdrop time
While most gardeners put their feet up at this time of year, Anglesey Abbey’s team has its busiest season, as snowdrops start to appear in all their wonder. With 240 varieties to see, some originating at the gardens, this really is a signal that spring is on its way. This year, we have an enjoyable and informative film running at the Visitor Centre and you can also join tours with experts on weekdays at 2pm (booking advisable). Snowdrop season runs through February, but appearance of snowdrops subject to climate! 10.30am – 4.30pm daily.

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