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A visit for all seasons
This magnificent informal landscape garden was laid out in the 18th century by 'Capability' Brown and further developed in the early years of the 20th century by its owner, Arthur G. Soames.
The original four lakes form the centrepiece. There are dramatic shows of daffodils and bluebells in spring, and the rhododendrons and azaleas are spectacular in early summer.
Autumn brings stunning colours from the many rare trees and shrubs, and winter walks can be enjoyed in this garden for all seasons. Visitors can now also explore South Park, 107 hectares (265 acres) of historic parkland, with stunning views.
You can now travel from London Victoria via Croydon to East Grinstead and then down to Sheffield Park on the Bluebell Railway. From there a 10-minute stroll through the park, or at weekends a frequent bus service, will take you right to our door.
What's new in the garden
The bluebells are still out and now our azaleas and the rhododendrons are here too. Andy our head gardener thinks they should be looking great until the end on June.
Don't miss our water cascades on Tuesdays and Fridays and our free guided garden tours on Tuesdays and Thursdays.