Staunton Country Park is a historic estate with beautifully landscaped parkland, at its prime in the Regency period, which has been redeveloped into a visitor attraction.

Over the last 200 years several different families have left their mark on the landscape, and these different influences can be uncovered across the park. In more recent years, the site has been managed by Hampshire County Council to create the country park as it is today. And, in 1987, Leigh Park Gardens officially became Staunton Country Park, in memory of Sir George Staunton.

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