The shop at Sissinghurst Castle Garden

A range of products available in the shop this autumn and winter

Our summer ranges are packed full of inspiration and capture the essence of the Trust ethos of conservation, visit the shop now to see the new autumnal ranges.

Autumnal ranges

Inspired by slow craft and the maker’s hand, our Grain to Glory collection explores the delicately crafted woodwork in our collections that have been so carefully maintained and restored.

From Grinling Gibbons’ intricate limewood carvings at Petworth House to the opulent carved ceilings at Knightshayes; we explore the rich textures and intricate motifs. Vibrant tones such as rich burgundy anchor our seasonal colour and celebrate the richness of our inspiration. These in house designs extend across all our main categories: fashion, home and kitchen.

As the days get shorter and the nights longer and colder snuggle up with one of our throws made using traditional methods by Tweedmill based in the welsh town of Flint.

The wood carve designs are present within our fashion collection on scarves and bags, together with winter hats and gloves in complementing colourways.

With sustainable living at the forefront of many peoples minds at the moment why not build your own zero waste kit. Ideal for reducing your plastic consumption are our stainless steel straws, bamboo coffee cup, stainless steel water bottles, bees warps and organic cotton food bags.

Family shopping at Sissinghurst

Family shopping 

There's a new range of exciting products for all the family to enjoy. The ever popular explorer packs are a great way to help kick start your adventure at Sissinghurst and let you see far and wide. If you're visiting the bird hide out on the estate then one of our wildlife books might be the ideal gift to help you know what's flying over head.

Rhubarb Forcers in the Standen plant shop

Crops for Pots at Sissinghurst Castle Garden

You don’t need a large garden to grow fruit and vegetables at home. There are all sorts of edibles you can grow in pots on your doorstep or balcony.