Sheffield Park and Garden
An ancient estate, once the gift of Kings and mentioned in the Domesday Book, Sheffield Park and Garden lies in the East Sussex countryside. The landscape garden set around 20 acres of mirror-like lakes is bordered by historic parkland and woodland making Sheffield Park the ideal destination for those interested in horticulture, history or those simply seeking a walk with friends in a magnificent garden followed by a spot of lunch and a slice of cake.
Sheffield Park has something to see in all seasons. Spring bursts with colour as the brilliant blooms of rhododendrons dance on the banks and summer brings hundreds of brightly coloured waterlilies. Many of the trees were planted by Arthur Soames for their famous and vivid autumn colours whilst winter allows the structural beauty of the trees to really shine through.
Sheffield Park welcomes dogs on a lead year-round and offers free parking.
Please visit in-line with current restrictions, and visit their website before visiting to ensure they are open.