Wakehurst Place, Haywards Heath
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Located in the spectacular Sussex countryside, Wakehurst Place is part of the famous Royal Botanic Gardens of Kew. As you explore, you will find a 16th-century house with an attached garden. Take some time to learn about the native and exotic temperate trees and shrubs that grow in the woodlands. Popular attractions include the Himalayan Glade, Millennium seed bank, and Water Gardens. For a moment of rest, stop by the Seed Cafe or Stables Restaurant for a great range of meals and snacks. Any season offers beautiful sights, but autumn is the most stunning. To visit Wakehurst Place and get the most from your holiday in Haywards Heath, create itinerary details personal to you using our Haywards Heath travel itinerary planner.
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We are NT members and are always looking for new places to visit. We saw Wakehurst and thought let's give it a try. We noted that there was parking charges but thought like a lot of other places there... read more »
We visit 2/3 times a year one has to be this time of year to catch the trees changing colour, a lovely sunny day which boosted the colours this place is as good as we have seen in various parts of the... read more »
On a sunny October day we barely met a sole as we walked around the woodland area of the gardens. The trees are just starting to change colour, the paths are dry and the place is looking fantastic, es... read more »
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