OK, this may change but: Meet at Victoria gate at 11 o/c then proceed in a counter-clockwise direction with the first stop being the fountain pond by the Palm House. Divide up, either going counterclockwise around the pond or clockwise taking in the Palm House and Water Lily House. Meet up again on the other side and head to the Princess of Wales conservatory, taking in the Rock Garden (With some nice little "waterfalls") and the Alpine House. Again a choice of routes. Meet up again on the far side of the conservatory and continue counterclockwise picking up various lesser known areas (There's one behind some trees by the maingate) ending up at The White Peaks for lunch about 1 o/c or so. Leave White Peaks at 1.30-ish continuing counterclockwise to look at possibly Bluebells / Daffs, the Azalea Garden and / or the Rhododendron Dell, depending on how advanced things are. From there we could look at the Lake and head for the Tree-Top walkway. Further round there's the Japanese Garden / Pagoda etc. At this point time may be pressing, but I think we should aim to be back at the Victoria Gate for coffee / tea / chocolate if needed somewhere around 4.30 before heading home. That is, unless anyone wants to cut it short or extent their visit. Those going by rail could have a stop at the "Tap on the Line" for a pint. I advise all to download and print a map from the site, if they don't already have one.