As a link between the buildings, the formal gardens and the surrounding cultural landscape the English landscape parks were created in the end of the 18th century. The landscape parks were created for romantic walks and exciting explorations. There were special buildings in these parks, at Gunnebo there was a hermitage in the Northern gardens and probably a small temple that the Hall family and their guests would visit for rest and contemplation. Much of the elements of the English landscape park at Gunnebo remain to reconstruct.
To visit the gardens is free of charge, but you may contribute with a voluntary fee. The gardens are available from sunrise to sunset.