Tresilian House, at 67 Dalby Road, in Melton, opens to the public on Sunday from 11am until 4.30pm, as part of the National Gardens Scheme and prides itself as a quiet oasis.
The three-quarter garden was re-established by its current owner between 2009 and 2012 and features blue cedar trees and a tulip tree as well as a bog garden, pond and vegetable plot.
Admission is £2.50, and free for children, and cream teas and ploughman’s lunches will be served.
Pine House and Parkside, at Gaddesby, will be open from 2-5pm on Sunday. Pine House has two acres including a woodland walk, water garden, mixed borders and topiary with a dragon hedge. Parkside comprises a woodland walk, cordon fruit trees, soft fruit bushes, a vegetable area, greenhouse and a pond.
Admission is £5, and free for under 12s.
There is a display marking this month’s 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo at St Luke’s Parish Church.