Woolbeding Gardens

Important notice -

We're working hard to reopen many of our places where it is safe to do so. However Woolbeding Gardens are currently closed.

Nestled in a quiet corner of West Sussex lies a true horticultural haven bursting with colourful planting, sensational views and a whole host of surprises.

Woolbeding Gardens

Things to see and do

The summer house at Woolbeding Gardens

Update

We’ve started to reopen some of our places, in line with government advice, but the process is going to be gradual.

Decisions on what will open is being based on a number of criteria including the safety of our visitors, staff and volunteers - which remains our priority - as well being mindful of access to facilities and to avoid the creation of hotspots in local communities.

Upon careful review we have decided that Woolbeding Gardens will remain closed for 2020 as we are unable to keep everyone safe and maintain social distancing during the minibus journey to and from the garden and Midhurst.

Woolbeding Gardens

History

The mansion house at Woolbeding Gardens

A Garden of Design

Woolbeding Estate was given to the National Trust in 1957, find out more about how Woolbeding was transformed into a garden of design.

Woolbeding Gardens

Our work

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Get involved

Spring blossom in the Chapel at Woolbeding

Dedicate a donation to Woolbeding Gardens 

You can continue to support Woolbeding Gardens by dedicating a donation to someone special and adding your precious memories to our interactive map. A perfect way to celebrate a special occasion, such as a birthday or anniversary, your donation will help us continue to care for Woolbeding Gardens.