Welcome to our home
This historic and astonishing 17th century garden is unique in France for its monumental XXL yew trees, pruned into topiaries of geometric shapes. Herb garden and edible flowers.
It is part of the Vidame's (Governor) residence
This house (1744) is now open to the public and houses a country bistro restaurant. Tables in the garden, on the terraces and in the wood-panelled rooms.
As a tribute to the tradition of roses in Gerberoy, the garden is planted with more than 45 varieties of ancient and modern roses
Since opening to the public in spring 2016, the Ifs Garden has received a flurry of Labels: "Remarkable Trees of France", "Remarkable Garden", "Topiary Art Prize 2018"
Finally, "the yew-igloo" ( 300 years old) was elected "Tree of the Year" in December 2017, at the Office National des Forêts competition which, each year, distinguishes the most beautiful trees in France.
Rates and services
|Adult price||5,00 €|
Gratuit pour les enfants de 0 à 17 ans accompagnés d'un adulte
|Group price (per person)||7,00 €|
- Credit card payment
- Postal checks
- Bank transfer
- Baby beds
- Eating house on the spot
- Bar, tea room
- Adult workshop
- Specific theme activities
- Temporary exhibitions
Monday — Tuesday — Wednesday 11:00 - 18:00 Thursday 11:00 - 18:00 Friday 11:00 - 18:00 Saturday 11:00 - 18:00 — 18:00 Sunday 11:00 - 18:00