Things to see & do

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What's on this year

We've got a great events programme running all year in 2014. During the summer: come to our fortnightly farmers' markets, have a lot of fun with our 50 things Fridays (every Friday afternoon during August school holidays), Troy will wow you with his forthcoming plans for the garden and then why not check the details for the outdoor theatre play, 'Alice through the Looking Glass'?

Outdoor theatre fun for the whole family

Alice questioning Tweedledee  and Tweedledum

Alice questioning Tweedledee and Tweedledum

Tuesday 26 August, 7pm
Quantum Theatre will retell the magical story of Alice through the Looking Glass in our idyllic location.

  • Tickets: Adults £15, Children £8, Family £37 (2 adults with 2 children, or 1 adult with 3 children)
  • Booking is essential

When evening shadows fall…

Rosa mulliganii in the White Garden at Sissinghurst Castle © Jonathan Buckley

Rosa mulliganii in the White Garden at Sissinghurst Castle

Linger for longer in our iconic gardens, there's no need to rush. Come along and enjoy the high scent and long shadows.

Summer's palette of colours

The vibrant South Cottage garden © Sally Mackenzie

The vibrant South Cottage garden

Our garden ‘rooms' are very different in their planting schemes. The Purple Border by the library and the iconic White Garden add their vivid and ivory colours to the garden this summer. The vibrant planting in the South Cottage garden was Vita's idea and it's well on the way to being sensational again this year.
Read our gardeners’ blog for more details

Our exhibitions

Our two exhibitions in the Oast and Tower tell the story of Vita and Harold's wedding and unorthodox marriage and how they saved the garden from ruin. Enjoy these amazing stories when you next pay us a visit.

Farmers' markets

Fridays: 22 August,
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 (normal car park and garden admission charges apply)

Pop in and visit our twice monthly farmers' market

Pop in and visit our twice monthly farmers' market

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