New for 2019 we are running some guided walks of the park where you can find out more about the park's history with one of our knowledgeable guides on a two hour tour. Booking is essential.
Join us as part of the South Down's Dark Skies Festival and go on an evening walk in the Deer Park, see the rising of the full moon and learn more about nocturnal wildlife.
Escape the ordinary and step back in time to a bygone Christmas as the 3rd Earl of Egremont and Elizabeth Ilive invite you to celebrate a Georgian Christmas from 1 December to 1 January 2019.
Discover the views that inspired England’s greatest landscape painter, JMW Turner, on this stroll around the park at Petworth.
Find out more about what you can do in the 700 acre Petworth Park from the walks you can wander, the wildlife you can see and further information about dog walking and access.
We love dogs here at Petworth, in fact Spaniels were the favourite pet of the 3rd Earl of Egremont. Nowadays, we welcome dogs to stretch their legs in Petworth Park all year around.
Enjoy a three mile walk through the 700 acres of parkland sculpted by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, with breath taking views over the park to distant hills towards the South Downs.
Discover more about the amazing ancient trees that dominate the skyline of Petworth Park on this circular walk.
With 700 acres to explore there are endless opportunities for walking at Petworth. Download one of our trails and try out the Park Explorer to get the most out of your stroll.
Take a stroll around the Pleasure Grounds on this Capability Brown inspired walk enjoying the artificial landscape that he created.
Enjoy the longer days of summer with refreshing bright colours blooming in the Pleasure Grounds. Discover swathes of buttercups and plenty of warm colours in the garden borders.
Grab your torch and join our family friendly night time bat walk this half-term on Thursday 1 June led by our Wildlife Advisor to discover more about local bat species, their behaviour and why they are important to the local wildlife.