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Wild botanic garden, managed by Kew and home to the Millennium Seed Bank

Ardingly, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH17 6TN

A tree covered in orange leaves in autumn, with the sun shining through the branches, at Wakehurst, West Sussex

Planning your visit

Find out more about planning your visit using the links below to the Wakehurst website.

The Winter Garden at Wakehurst, West Sussex

Planning your visit to Wakehurst 

Please visit the Wakehurst website to view parking charges, book your tickets and plan your visit.  National Trust members must bring their membership card to gain entry. Parking charges apply to National Trust members.

Dog walking at Wakehurst

Dog walks with a difference 

Wakehurst is now open to dogs, responding to feedback following recent dog walking trials.

Visitors walking along a path through grass, bordered by woods in the wild landscape of Wakehurst, West Sussex

Group visits to Wakehurst 

Come as a group of 10 or more and enjoy discounted entry. You can arrange a private tour for your group with a volunteer guide.

School group visit to Wakehurst

School visits to Wakehurst 

Wakehurst offers curriculum-linked education sessions for schools, universities or colleges, with sessions available for all ages, abilities and learning needs, from early years to key stage 5.

A young child and her mother bending down to look at flowers in the Sunken Garden in May at Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland


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