Sir Harold Hillier Garden - Tree House (1)

Sir Harold Hillier Gardens Tree House

  • Tree House – Bespoke Design

    Location: Hampshire

    Form Of Contract: Individual Terms

    Each year around 13,500 children visit Sir Harold Hillier Gardens in Hampshire as part of a school educational day and 27,000 visit with their families.

    This very special Sir Harold Hillier Gardens tree house was commissioned by Hampshire County Council who are the sole Trustee of the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens. The tree house is supported on stilts but appears to float in the crown of a magnificent pine tree. Built to include visitors of all abilities, this house and play feature will be enjoyed by young and old.

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