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West Dean Gardens

39 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Lucy
Lucy
January 17, 2022
West Dean Gardens is one of the greatest restored Gardens open to the public in England. Wander through the 300 foot long Edwardian pergola, visit the restored Victorian glasshouses, Walled Kitchen Gardens, Sunken Garden and orchards. Finish with a walk through the arboretum, Spring Garden and the…
Sally
Sally
September 13, 2021
Nestled at the foot of the South Downs, West Dean Gardens in West Sussex is one of the greatest restored gardens open to the public today. Visitors can explore a wide range of historic features on a gentle walk around the grounds. From surreal trees to the restored walled garden. 25 minutes drive…
Paul
Paul
August 29, 2021
Beautiful walled gardens, an excellent cafe, and regular events
Anita
Anita
August 26, 2021
West Dean Gardens is one of the greatest restored Gardens open to the public in England. Wander through the 300 foot long Edwardian pergola, visit the restored Victorian glasshouses, Walled Kitchen Gardens, Sunken Garden and orchards. Finish with a walk through the arboretum, Spring Garden and the…
Sally
Sally
August 2, 2021
West Dean Gardens is one of the greatest restored gardens aopen to the public today. An impressive collection of working Victorian Glasshouses, a 300 foot pergola, a spring garden with flint bridges and the occasional surreal fibreglass tree offer year- round interest to garden visitors.

Unique things to do nearby

Halnaker tree tunnel and windmill walk
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Places to stay nearby

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Location
England, PO18 0RX
Phone+44 1243 818210