Rozelle Estate is now a beautiful park, gifted to the public in 1968. The gardens combine mature woodland, rhododendron walks and an ornamental pond; and it’s a relaxing place to visit for a walk, picnic or just for the kids to explore and play. Throughout the grounds be sure to look out for the Remembrance Woodland carvings, the wonderful Ronald Rae statues, and stunning willow sculptures created by David Powell.
Rozelle Park is used for a wide range of events and festivals throughout the year. You can visit Rozelle House Museum and Galleries and The Maclaurin Art Gallery, both free to the public and housing well-curated, interesting exhibitions all year round.
The Rozelle Tearoom is located at the back of the House, and has a lovely, relaxed atmosphere for a delicious lunch, coffee or home baking, with comfortable seating inside and out, looking onto the Estate.