Pashley Manor Gardens

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Pashley Manor Gardens - back of house with dahlias - by Kate Wilson


Pashley Manor
East Sussex


Tel: 01580 200888


Pashley Manor Gardens

Pashley is an ideal destination for garden lovers, art and history enthusiasts, keen photographers or those looking for a peaceful and enjoyable day out surrounded by beauty and nature.

Delight in the sweeping herbaceous borders, elegant rose and historic walled gardens, the productive kitchen garden, enchanting woodland paths and tranquil vistas that form this award winning garden.

Relish the gardeners’ attention to detail; savour the homemade, local food in the café; relax on the terrace with refreshments; be captivated by the exhibitions of sculpture and art; peruse the gift shop and be charmed by the knowledgeable and friendly team.

The licensed Garden Room Café with Terrace is open throughout the season serving light lunches, teas, coffee, scones and cakes.

“Allow time to sample the fabulous homemade food and warm hospitality at arguably the best garden café in the county, much of which is sourced from the abundant kitchen garden” (Leigh Clapp in ‘Sussex Life’)

Pashley caters for a wide range of tastes including those of the art lover. Every year the manor displays sculptures around the gardens created by local artists and distinguished sculptors. The art pieces are mostly available for purchase and look fantastic surrounded by the bright and beautiful foliage.

Experience these sumptuous gardens from April to September, Tuesday to Saturday, or visit during a special event to enjoy spectacular displays of many thousands of tulips, over a hundred varieties of roses, perfumed lilies, colourful dahlias and more.

For pre-booked groups of 15 or more there are group rates, free coach parking, driver incentives and talks / guided tours.

Tulip Festival

Late April every day until early May

For two weeks in late spring 40,000 tulips, in over 100 varieties, fill the gardens; displays of thousands of cut tulips, advice and bulb orders.

Sculpture in Particular

Late May every day until the beginning of June

The exhibition of sculpture in the gardens runs all season.  In addition, for these eight days, there is a display and sale of small sculpture pieces indoors in late May.

Special Rose Week

Early June every day until mid June for one week only!

Over 100 varieties of rose blossom in the gardens; rose talks with the Head Gardener; great selection of Peter Beales potted roses on sale too.

Kitchen Garden Week

Early July every day for a week

There is a kitchen gardener on hand to answer questions about the menu in the café that celebrates the seasonal produce from the garden.

Sussex Guild Craft Show

On during August Bank Holiday weekend

Dahlia Days

Early September every day for two whole weeks!

There is fantastic late summer colour from thousands of dahlias in the gardens.

Christmas Gift Shopping

Late November every day until early December, 10am - 4pm

The shop is packed with a wide selection of high quality gifts and cards, as well as special Christmas stock for the festive season. No entry charge – gardens and Café not open; just the Gift Shop.

Do check the Pashley Manor Garden website to check that Mother Nature is playing along!

Ticket Information

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£10.00 per ticket
6yrs - 16yrsFree
Tulip Festival£11.00

Children under six yrs - free
Group rates for 15+

Opening Times

Garden Only (1 Oct 2018 - 30 Oct 2018)
Gardens, Cafe and Gift Shop (31 Mar 2019 - 29 Sep 2019)
Bank Holiday10:0017:00*
Dates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change

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