How to get here

By train

Sheffield Park (Bluebell Railway) ¾ mile; Uckfield 6 miles; Haywards Heath 7 miles

Visit us in style by steam train

You can visit us by steam train thanks to the Bluebell Railway link from East Grinstead, Kingscote or Horsted Keynes.

The train brings you into Sheffield Park station and at weekends you can even get the bus from the station straight to our door.

Visiting from London? Just get the train to East Grinstead and change to pick up the Bluebell line.

By road

We are located midway between East Grinstead and Lewes, 5 miles north-west of Uckfield, on the east side of A275 (between A272 and A22). If approaching north-bound from Lewes, we are just past the Bluebell Railway, over the River Ouse bridge on the right. Coming south-bound from the A22 Wych Cross, follow the brown signs for Sheffield Park and the Bluebell Railway.

Parking: Parking is free and we have accessible parking available.

By foot

We are accessible on foot from the Bluebell Railway. A footpath is clearly signed up from the A275 to the garden through the parkland, which is a 10-15 minute walk.

By bus

Check times on the 121 timetable – travels via Bluebell Railway Sheffield Park station, Saturdays year round and Sundays and bank holidays from Good Friday.

Check times on the 769 timetable – travels via Bluebell Railway Sheffield Park station, Sundays and bank holidays from Good Friday to 25 October 2015.

By cycle

We are south of National Route 21 coming from London/East Grinstead and east of National Route 20 running from London to Brighton.


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