• Batemans, Burwash
  • Borde Hill Garden, Haywards Heath (courtesy © Borde Hill)
  • Clergy House, Alfriston
  • Gravetye Manor, West Hoathly
  • Great Dixter, Northiam
  • Herstmonceux Castle © www.willgudgeon.co.uk
  • High Beeches Garden, Handcross
  • Monk's House, Rodmell
  • Nymans Garden, Handcross
  • Royal Pavilion, Brighton
  • Sheffield Park, Fletching
  • St Mary's, Bramber
  • Woodvale Cemetery, Brighton
  • Woolbeding Gardens, Midhurst
  • Worth Park, Crawley
  • Sedgwick Park, Horsham

Visiting Historic Parks and Gardens in Sussex


Not all the historic parks and gardens included on the English Heritage and Parks and Gardens web sites are open to the public. However some are open to the public and can be found by following this links below (some are open on a regular basis, while others are private gardens and only open by appointment or for the National Gardens Scheme)

List of gardens open to the public may be found here  Gardens Guide - SE

A map of these gardens may be found here Map of gardens open to the public in SE

In addition, many gardens are open at least a few times a year under the National Gardens Scheme and may be found by following this link NGS Gardens open for charity

Some Parks and Gardens have their own web site which may be found here Links to related web sites