Make the most of the last rays of summer sun at our gardens in and around East Sussex. From late summer colour in the rose garden at Bateman's to 100-year-old purple cut-leaved Japanese Maples at Scotney Castle, there is plenty to see across the region.
Don’t miss the chance to walk amongst radiant reds and breath-taking bronzes in glowing autumn gardens near you. From the beech avenue at Kilndown near Scotney Castle to the azaleas at Bateman's, there is something truly special in store.
Now is a great time to get out and about into the fresh autumn air in and around East Sussex. Our downloadable walks will lead you to the very best of autumn colour at places like Sissinghurst Castle Garden.
Henry Middleton helps us care for extraordinary objects in unusual circumstances. A dedicated member of Scotney's Housekeeping Manual Group, he's helped create over 20,000 hand-drawn records of the Castle's unique collection.
Members of our National Trust supporter groups in Sussex help fund raise for places like Nymans and Sheffield Park - they also get together for days out and talks and tours or volunteer at their local place.
Share a wander in the great outdoors with your four-legged friends. Encounter wagging tails on woodland trails or padding paws in wide open parkland. Keep things fresh with a wide variety of trails ready to welcome you and your happy hound.
Often used to illustrate fairy tales and associated with folklore, fungi remind us of mythical creatures, favourite stories or childhood characters. They come in many shapes and sizes and can be found by looking high and low, particularly in woodland. But what are they and what do they do?