Sussex Prairies is now Open for our 2022 season. We are open five days a week , Wednesdays until Sundays , 12 noon until 5pm (except on Special event days )until 16th October 2022. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays *(we shall be open on Bank Holiday Monday 29th August 2022) . There is NO NEED TO BOOK TO COME TO SUSSEX PRAIRIES ! The Indian Summer Bazaar are now joining us in the garden from Friday 5th August until 4th September - a rare chance savour a slice of India in Sussex !

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Sussex Prairie Garden

Morlands Farm, Wheatsheaf Road (B2116),
near Henfield
, West Sussex, BN5 9AT

Directions
By car from the M23
By car from the coast
By rail
By bicycle

By car from the M23

The M23 merges into the A23 heading south towards Brighton. Turn off at Hickstead, and travel through Sayers Common and then on the B2118 to Albourne. Turn right (at the brown sign) to Albourne village and towards Henfield on to the B2116.

Follow this road for approximately 3 miles. You will reach Sussex Prairies at Morlands Farm which is situated on your left hand side. A purple buffalo by the roadside and a row of very tall mature poplar trees indicates the garden.

Follow signs for parking in the field next to the house.

By car from the coast

From Shoreham by Sea follow the A 2037 north towards Henfield, passing through small Dole and Henfield. From Henfield, take the A281 towards Horsham. About half a mile after leaving the village, turn right (at the brown sign) on to the B2116 towards Albourne (Wheatsheaf Road).

Follow this road for just over a mile. You will reach Sussex Prairies at Morlands Farm which is situated on your right hand side. A purple buffalo by the roadside and a row of very tall poplar mature trees indicates the Garden.

Follow signs for parking in the field next to the house.

rail

By rail

We are an hour and a quarter from London Victoria station and only half an hour from Gatwick Airport . Take the Brighton line and get off at Hassocks station. We are approximately 7 miles from the station.

Taxis should be booked in advance if wishing to travel from the station to Sussex Prairies. Plan ahead!

By bicycle

Why not cycle? You can easily bring your bike on the train and we are 40 minutes cycle from Hassocks station.

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Sussex Prairie Garden

Morlands Farm, Wheatsheaf Road (B2116),
near Henfield
, West Sussex, BN5 9AT

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  1. RHS Partner Garden.
  2. Sussex Heritage Trust Awards 2022 Winner.
    1. Sussex Prairie Garden
      4.7
      Based on 518 reviews
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      Fraser BishopFraser Bishop
      10:50 11 Jul 22
      Wonderful garden well worth a visit. Great variety of plants showing so many ways of portraying a garden layout. Must comment on the great tea and cakes selection, our dog loved the doggy ice cream!
      Joan DaniellJoan Daniell
      15:13 06 Jul 22
      Beautifully planted area, in which you are encouraged to walk along paths between the plants so can be completely surrounded by foliage - a lovely effect.
      Peter WardPeter Ward
      08:40 28 Jun 22
      Beautiful garden, very relaxing, and bigger than you might think. Cafe is nice too
      Mike CleggMike Clegg
      16:07 08 Jun 22
      Tea room not brilliant nice cake but coffee in paper cup. No other options other then tea coffee and cake. Opening times short 1 to 5 but gardens beautiful
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