Autumn Colours Homepage at Sheffield Park and Garden

Famous for its autumn colour, this is the season the garden was planted for. Take in the natural beauty as Sheffield Park glows with brilliant displays of reds, oranges, purples and greens. 

  • To avoid disappointment please book your visit to Sheffield Park in advance, especially at busier times such as weekends and bank holidays. If you do not book we cannot guarantee admission. Every Friday we release new tickets for the following week. Book your Sheffield Park tickets here.
  • Autumn is a busy time of year at Sheffield Park, so be sure to check our 'Plan your Day' page for top tips on the safety procedures we have put in place, opening times, dog access, parking and facilities.
Leaves and lakes in October at Sheffield Park

Autumn Colour Watch

Winter is beginning to stir, but for now we can still enjoy the last vestiges of colour around the garden. Our autumn news pages will help give you some more details on what is looking particularly great right now.

Sheffield Park Sussex in autumn

Autumn in the garden at Sheffield Park

This historic garden comes into its own in the autumn months, when dazzling displays of colour reflect in the lakes. Our outdoor team shared their autumn highlights and insider top tips of plants to see this season.

A family sit and admire the autumn colour

Autumn adventures for families at Sheffield Park

Bring the family to Sheffield Park and Garden for an autumn adventure. Find an outdoor activity to enjoy around the garden or across the Parkland as you take in all the season has to offer.

View across the lake and a reflection of autumn trees in lake

Plan your autumn visit to Sheffield Park and Garden

Following the government announcement of a four-week lockdown in England, we're pleased we can keep the outdoor spaces we care for open, including gardens, parklands and carparks.

The Parkland in Summer

The parkland at Sheffield Park and Garden

Our parkland is over 250 acres of wide open spaces and dramatic skies. Full of wildlife and history, look out for butterflies, buzzards or skylarks and the historic remains of its past.

Woman holding takeaway hot drink

Eating and Shopping at Sheffield Park

*Please note this is an old page relating to COVID opening* Our Coach House tea-room is open 10am - 4pm, serving a selection of cakes, sandwiches and a limited hot food menu of soup and one pots. The seating area is re-open and to ensure social distancing we have removed many of the tables. The Shant in the gardens is also open for takeaways.

Our shop and Plant Sales Area have now re-opened selling a wide array of Christmas gifts, homeware, plants and National Trust favourites.

Sheffield Park late autumn trees towards Pulham Falls

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