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Ancient tree sites to visit

Visit famous and less well-known trees all around Britain, and explore some wonderful treescapes.

Find a site or an ancient tree to visit in your area. All sites are open to the public and many have been chosen as they demonstrate good management practice. Please note that we will be adding more trees and sites to this map over the coming weeks and months.

Click on the map to find a list of sites in your area, or use the dropdown below:

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Photo by Brian Muelaner

Blickling, Norfolk

133 trees recorded including Oak, Beech, Small Leaf Lime and Sweet Chestnut.

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Photo by Chris Knapman

Dalkeith Oakwood, Midlothian

Parkland oaks.

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Photo by Brian Muelaner

Dyffrn Gardens, Vale of Glamorgan

Ash, Oak, Horse Chestnut and Sycamore.

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Photo by Keith Alexander

Florence Court Park, County Fermanagh

Parkland ashes, oaks, common line, beech and alder in broad meadow.

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Glencoyne, Cumbria

Wood pasture site with excellent Oak, Alder, Ash and Hawthorn.

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Hampstead Heath, North London

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Photo by John Smith

High Park Blenheim, Oxfordshire

World Heritage Site with a 600+ year old Oak, beech, former wood pasture and nearly 300 veteran trees.

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Sheringham, Norfolk

99 trees recorded including Oak, Beech, Ash and champion Scots Pine.

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