Gardens in Sussex
Beautiful gardens are found all over Sussex. The romantic gardens at Nymans and Bateman's; and Capability Brown landscapes at Sheffield Park and Petworth are all yours to explore.
Discover picturesque autumn colour in our gardens and parkland in Sussex.
With its mellow garden in autumn, Nymans is an unmissable treat. The South African flower borders at Nymans carry on flowering into late October. Salvias are beautiful in autumn, particularly those surrounding the rose garden.
The dazzling displays of autumn colour at Sheffield Park and Garden are a show-stopper. A car park space booking system is in place at Sheffield Park and Garden this autumn from 11 September to 19 November.
The arts and crafts garden at Standen has winding walkways, lined with acers, which are enchanting in autumn. The kitchen garden is a particular delight, while the trees in the orchard hang low with seasonal fruits.
Discover the garden at Bateman's. Find out what to see, from the Rose Garden designed by Kipling to wildflowers, an orchard and even a working mill.
Explore the 26-acre garden and see the garden rooms, classical Tulip Folly, ruined abbey, gothic summerhouse, river-god grotto and the new Silk Route garden and glasshouse.
Tucked behind the house, the cottage garden is packed full of perennial borders with brick paths weaving throughout, a productive orchard, and climbers trailing across flint walls.
Discover a classic cottage garden with perennial borders, topiary and an orchard. This compact, peaceful garden is a great place to unwind and relax at any time of year.
Discover an evocative garden tucked away behind the walls at Lamb House. It has an intimate, tranquil feel with something to see throughout the year – borders packed full of flowers, a vegetable garden, spring bulbs and striking trees.
Discover the top Sussex gardens designed or influenced by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown or Humphry Repton.
Pre-booking is not currently required for visits to Sheffield Park and Garden.
Petworth’s Pleasure Grounds and majestic deer park are one of ‘Capability’ Brown’s finest unspoilt landscapes, full of vistas and impressive features such as the Doric Temple and woodland walk.
Uppark’s idyllic setting offers panoramic views over the South Downs. Historic elements by 18th century designer Humphry Repton can still be enjoyed, along with colourful herbaceous borders.