Borde Hill Garden has teamed up with a variety of attractions to ensure groups make the most of their day trips.

Borde Hill Garden

The garden in West Sussex will be offering joint itineraries with Town Place, Bluebell Railway and Bolney Wine Estate in 2019.

Grade II*listed Borde Hill Garden offers panoramic views over the High Weald with colour and interest throughout the season, from March to the end of October. 

The season begins with displays of early flowering magnolias, camellias and rhododendrons, moving to summer’s fragrant roses and exotic herbaceous borders and finally to an autumnal blaze of trees and shrubs.

Groups can enjoy tours of the Elizabethan Mansion House and Garden with a tour guide; these are by prior arrangement, and at a small additional cost.  

Joint itineraries

Located just 15 minutes from Borde Hill in West Sussex, groups can also explore the three-acre garden at Town Place which boasts with more than 600 roses, herbaceous borders, a herb garden and topiary inspired by the sculptures of Henry Moore. 

Borde Hill Garden will continue its joint ticket offer with The Bluebell Railway, whereby groups can enjoy a relaxing journey in comfort on board one of the famous steam locomotives, followed by a leisurely afternoon stroll around Borde Hill. 

The attraction has also teamed up with local Sussex winery, Bolney Wine Estate, to offer groups a guided walk around Borde Hill Garden with a buffet lunch served in the decorated marquee, followed by a wine tour and tasting at Bolney with a cream tea to round off the day. 

Borde Hill is celebrating the 20th anniversary of exhibiting sculpture and art in the Garden in 2019, marking this special milestone with an exhibition.

It will run from the 11th May to 30th September and the majority of the exhibition will take place in the 17-acre formal area of the Garden surrounding the Elizabethan Mansion House, where nature and art complement each other.

Group information

GTOs can email or call 01444 450326 for more details on taking their group.

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