LOCK YOUR LOVE AWAY ON THIS UNIQUE SCULPTURE
This beautifully crafted tree of metal swirls and loops can be found nestled within the picturesque grounds and gardens of Palace House at Beaulieu. It is home to a number of love-locks; engraved padlocks bound to the tree by couples wishing to represent ‘locking in’ their love for eternity.
The Love Lock tree was opened up to all Beaulieu visitors on Valentine’s Day 2017, so you are now welcome to lock your own padlocks on the tree as a romantic gesture. Visit us to lock your love away on this unique sculpture in the beautiful and historic part of the New Forest.
To signify their love for each other after meeting in Japan, Jonathan Montagu, son of the late Edward Lord Montagu, and his wife Nathalie Daoust commissioned this giant bonsai Love Lock tree for their wedding on 4 October 2014.
The newlyweds and their guests were invited to lock their engraved padlocks to the tree as a reminder of their special day.
Jonathan and Nathalie have now decided that they would like to open up their tree sculpture for couples visiting the Beaulieu attraction to also make it a special place for them.
A very peaceful setting with the immaculate gardens and flower displays and sculptures.