Visiting Slindon - what you need to know

Views along Stane Street at Slindon on the South Downs

If you are planning on visiting Slindon here are some things you need to know before you set off from home to help make your visit as enjoyable as possible.

Slindon Estate is 1,400 hectares of woodland, downland, farmland, and parkland. With countless historic landscape features and its unspoilt Sussex village, there is something for every visitor.

Parking

There are three car parks, all free: Park Lane, SU960077; Duke's Road, SU950073 and Bignor Hill, SU973129. Park Land and Dukes Road both have height barriers in place.  Please help respect our meighbours, residents and other visitors by not parking on verges or alongside roads and lands.

Staying safe

  • If you’re showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone that has the virus in the last 14 days, please don’t visit
  • To help keep everyone safe, please follow social distancing and government guidance when you visit. And look out for signs while you’re here which will explain any changes to how you can access different parts of the site.
  • Stay local if you can – some of our houses and gardens remain closed. We are opening up countryside car parks gradually, but many facilities will not yet be open. It's important we don't create hotspots. 
  • Take extra care to respect local residents and other visitors. Please don’t park on roadsides, as this can block essential emergency access. 
  • By sticking to paths, keeping dogs under control, not approaching wildlife and taking any litter home, we can ensure our places benefit both people and nature.

For further information visit our coronavirus FAQs

Facilities

Slindon Forge in the village offers a takeaway light menu and also a number of grovery items.  There are no toilet facilties at Slindon.