Sussex Prairies is now closed . We shall open again for our 2022 season on Wednesday 1st June 2022.

Sussex Prairie Garden

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“ A living tableau of plants- a vast,moving sea of densely planted perennials and grasses on a scale that has to be seen to be believed ”

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Sussex Prairies is delighted to announce our annual opening of the garden from Wednesday 2nd June until Sunday 10th October 2021, 1pm until 5pm , five days a week , closed Mondays and Tuesdays (opening times may change for Special Events ).

 

*** Please read all the following details before you plan your visit ***

We will be asking staff and visitors to follow government guidance on social distancing.  ie 2m between you , other visitors and all our staff.If you see other visitors please take an alternative route or hang back and keep your distance.

Please be respectful if queuing for tickets, and keep 2 metres distance from those around you. At the Ticket Office, Teashop Kiosk and Plant Sales Gazebo, Payments can be taken with contactless credit / debit card and cash.

We will have three toilets open . The toilets will be cleaned at the beginning of each days opening and will be checked regularly during the day .

If you wish to visit the garden regularly, you may wish to buy one of our excellent value SEASON TICKETS, which will allow you entry as often as you like, without requiring you to pay each time you visit. NB – a Season ticket is just for this 2021 season !

The Teashop will operate as a kiosk serving Takeaway teas, coffee and homemade cakes and ice cream which you can enjoy throughout the garden.  There will be no sandwiches or savouries on offer. However,you are always  very welcome to bring picnics to enjoy in the garden and in our farm fields .

A stunning prairie in the heart of Sussex

Sussex Prairie garden opened to the public in 2009, just one year after planting. We count ourselves amongst a  handful of large new  gardens, designed and created in the 20th and 21st century, in Great Britain.

We are Britain’s largest “Prairie,” or “Naturalistic,” garden, with eight acres of stunning garden to roam around. Unlike most gardens of a comparable size, we have no castle or stately home! We designed and planted the garden ourselves, on Pauline’s family farm in West Sussex. Instead of armies of servants and gardeners, we planted all 35 000 plants with help of amazing friends and family!

Our garden encourages exploration using a network of small wood chip paths which snake through the huge borders. Come and visit, please do walk on the grass and in the borders! Sussex Prairies-an extraordinary garden created by ordinary people!

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  1. RHS Partner Garden.
  2. Good to go    Safe Travels.
  3. Tourism South East Member 2018.
  4. sussextopattractions.co.uk.
  5. Visit England Hidden Gem 2016.