Sussex Prairies is open from 2nd June until 10th October 2021 inclusive. We are open five days a week , 1pm until 5pm closed on Mondays and Tuesdays . No need to Book to Visit .You are welcome to bring picnics. Dogs also welcome. Our final day of opening for our 2021 season will be Sunday 10th October inclusive .

RHS Partner Garden.

Visiting the Garden

Plan your visit

Let’s get the important stuff out of the way first of all – it is important for all our safety and please read all the following before you plan your visit.

1. We will be asking staff and visitors to follow government guidance on social distancing.  ie 2m between you , other visitors and all our staff.

Sussex Prairies is a large open space and gives plenty of scope for a safe visit in the restful open air and beautiful sussex countryside .

2.  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.

3. At the Ticket Office, Teashop Kiosk and Plant Sales Gazebo, Payments can be taken with contactless credit / debit card or in cash if you prefer.

4. There is no need to prebook to come to Sussex Prairies  (unless you are coming to one of our special events for which you will need to book a timed slot and a ticket in advance ). Please bring proof of discount with you .

5. We will have 3 toilets open . The toilets will be cleaned at the beginning of each days opening and will be checked regularly during the day . We will provide sanitising gel and hand wipes at the toilets . If you wish to use the toilet It is your responsibility to use the products we have made available for safe use and always  WASH YOUR HANDS ! 

6.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. eg . Only £25 for an individual ticket and £50 for a family ticket (admits two adults and up to three children)

Why not go to our website shop to buy a Season ticket in readiness for our new season. Alternatively when you arrive at the garden for your first visit please enquire at the ticket office if you would like to buy a Season ticket on the day.

7. 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.It is simple fare with our same great homemade cakes on offer. You are very welcome to bring and enjoy picnics in the garden or in our farm fields but do take your rubbish home with you ! 

Enjoy our stunning garden throughout the season. We encourage visitors to walk right into the flower beds and enjoy the plants up close – a unique experience.


This week we are open:

Opening Closing
Monday Closed Closed
Tuesday Closed Closed
Wednesday 1pm 5pm
Thursday 1pm 5pm
Friday 1pm 5pm
Saturday 1pm 5pm
Sunday 1pm 5pm

Sussex Prairie Garden

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

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.


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.


Day Ticket Season Ticket
Adults £10.00 £25..00
Children £5.00 £15.00
(one parent)
£20.00 £40.00
(two parents)
£30.00 £50.00

A family ticket covers up to 3 children.

Season tickets make fabulous presents – why not visit our Online shop for some great gift ideas !

We are an RHS Partner Garden . Individual members with an asterisk on their card can visit Sussex Prairies for free during the months of June,September and October. This does not apply when you are visiting as part of an organised group.

Information on this and other discounts can be found on our Offers page.

Woodland trail to the garden

Download map & directions



We love dogs at Sussex Prairie Gardens and we are one of the few gardens that welcome them.

We provide water bowls at the cafe. We do ask that you please keep them under control on a short lead and that you clear up after them. We provide bags and bins.

Our dog Vigo enjoying the garden

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Paul & Pauline McBride,
Sussex Prairie Garden

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

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