Friends of Greenhill Gardens is an independent charity who work to preserve, enhance and encourage visitors to Greenhill Gardens. We work in harmony with the Weymouth Town Council.
We raise money to carry out projects for the benefit, enjoyment and education of the public.
Support us by donating, or by volunteering, or by sending photos for our gallery
Explore the gardens
The Floral Clock serves as a captivating to the gardens. It showcases the creativity and artistry of the gardeners who meticulously maintain and design the floral arrangements. The Floral Clock not only serves as a timepiece but also as a living work of art.
The weathervane in Greenhill Gardens stands as a notable feature, commemorating the groundbreaking achievement of British RAF officer George Stainforth in 1931. Stainforth's historic victory in the Schneider Trophy race, piloting the Supermarine S.6B seaplane and reaching an impressive speed of 407.5 mph, is celebrated by this garden highlight.
Arch, designed by Tina Walton, to honour Queen Elizabeth. Constructed with meticulous craftsmanship, the Celebration Arch features intricate designs and decorative elements that enhance its visual appeal.
Public Toilets available between Tennis Courts and Bowling Green
Wheelchair access from Promenade and from Greenhill road
Grade II listed chalets
Permitted on lead only
Plenty of benches throughout
Greenhill, Weymouth, DT4 7SG
Trains link directly to London Waterloo, Dorchester, Poole, and Bristol. From Weymouth Station, walk to the esplanade, turn left along the seafront and walk all the way to Greenhill Gardens. A little more than a ½ mile walk.
For more information on how to get to Greenhill Gardens, view our directions