A romantic house (not open) with a park. The park was designed by Lancelot Brown (c1775) but has developed into a major twentieth century woodland garden and arboretum. It has a collection of exotic trees and shrubs, established by the Third Earl of Sheffield, from 1876-1909, and by Arthur Soames, who owned the estate from 1910-53. The Earl created the balustraded bridge (1882), the cascade and the Middle Lake. He also started the arboretum. Soames was responsible for most of the shrub planting. He loved rhodendrons. The Sheffield Park Garden is famous for its display of spring flowers and is at its best in the autumn.
nr Uckfield, East Sussex, England, TN22 3QX
All year. See Sheffield Park website for days. Open 10.30am to 5:30pm (4pm November to February).
September/October are some of the best months of the year to visit this wonderful garden if you want to enjoy the autumn colours. Special opening hours are posted on the Sheffield Park website, so do check them, but throughout October, when the acers are spectacular, the garden is open seven days a week. A MUST SEE for autumn leaf colours!
Wow, I mean wow. You can visit Sheffield at virtually any time of year and there is something different to see.
exotic trees and shrubs, ballustrades, cascades, lakes an arboretum and a mass of colour.
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