Things to see & do
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What's on this year
We've got a busy events' programme running all throughout this year which includes everything from walks and talks to tours workshops.
Get green fingered in autumn with our garden workshops and walks, get in to the festive spirit with wreath making and if you are really planning ahead then pop our Festive Market in your diaries on 29 and 30 November to stock up on all of your Christmas essentials.
Our farmers' markets
Fridays: 12 and 26 September, 10am-3.30pm
Our fortnightly farmers' markets are a regular feature again this summer. We've a range of stalls plus local crafts. Enjoy seasonal, organically grown produce from our vegetable garden.
Free event (although normal car park and garden admission charges apply)
Literary speaking in October
Daily, Wednesday 1 October-Friday 31 October
We're half-way through our three-year book conservation project and we've found all sorts of creepy-crawlies within the pages of our 11,000 books as well as intriguing comments made by Vita and Harold in the margins. Other finds include rare maps and letters from famous people. Let our guides tell you all the stories when you pop into the library.
Our Letterpress Re-imagined project
A Minerva platen printing press, a working copy of the one in the tower that was previously owned by Virginia and Leonard Woolf will be installed at Sissinghurst in the Old Dairy barn. During October, volunteers will be printing, using cold metal, 100 copies of Vita's poem: Sissinghurst.
Come and learn all about it, and especially if you were 'in the print'... it may bring back memories of your days as an apprentice.