Winter walks at Sheffield Park and Garden

Man walking across winter parkland scene

There's nothing quite like wrapping up for a crisp winter walk, so put on your gloves and scarf and come and see Sheffield Park in this dramatic season. With a choice of pathways to keep your boots clean, or woodland and parkland to get your boots dirty, there's a route to suit everyone.

Garden

Winding paths provide easy access and lead you around the lakes of this landscape garden which covers over 120 acres.  Take in the historic Pulham falls (Tuesdays and Fridays at 12pm) and see this unique and world-renowned collection of trees in their winter sculptural beauty.

Winter brings a different look to the garden
A frosty winter morning at Sheffield Park Sussex

Parkland

Pick up a map at reception and set off to discover our historic parkland.  The 1.5 mile circular walk takes you past Ringwood Roll natural playtrail, Skyglade and our Second World War pillbox.  Explore further by venturing down to the River Ouse where you will find the remains of an 18th century lock and our wildlife haven.  Don't forget your wellies.

The parkland is open dawn to dusk every day
Sheep on the parkland in the winter frost

Dog walking

Dogs on leads are welcome in the garden after 1.30pm or in the parkland all day. To walk your dog off-lead, follow the estate road to East Park where you can enjoy views back across the lake into the garden.

Well behaved dogs on leads welcome
dog on a lead

Tearoom

The tearoom is open daily* serving welcoming drinks, snacks, sandwiches and hot lunches (served between 12 and 2.30pm), as well as cakes, biscuits and afternoon tea, all of which can be enjoyed beside the roaring log fire.

A warming seasonal soup served with crusty bread
Bowl of soup with crusty bread

Dogs are also welcome in the Garden Room of the tearoom, which can be accessed around the side of the building through the french doors.

*closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day