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Gardens, Caf?, and Gift Shop open 1st April - 30th September: Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Bank Holiday Mondays & Special Event Days; 11am - 5pm.
Gardens only open in October, Mon - Fri; 10am - 3pm
Late April - June July and August
Tulips, Bluebells, Wisteria, Roses, Lilies, Kitchen Garden, Herbaceous borders
Adult £9.50; Child 6 - 16 £5.00 (under 6 free); Season Ticket £31.00; Groups of 15+ £9.00 pp Admission for Tulip Festival, no group concessions, £10.00 for all
Assistance dogs only. Disabled Access: Yes - partial, please call on 01580 200888 for further details. Two non-motorised wheelchairs are available to loan, please book. Assistance dogs allowed. Picnics in car park field only.
There is an exhibition and sale of Sculpture, in the Gardens, and Floral and Botanical Art, in the Garden Room Cafe and Shop, throughout the season.
Events - Tulip Festival - 23rd April every day until 5th May
Bluebell Walk - end April - mid-May
Sculpture in Particular - 24th May every day until 31st May
Roses, Raspberries and Radishes: A Celebration of Flowers and Fruits of the Garden - 10th June every day until 21st June
Summer Plant, Garden and Produce Fair - 29th June
Lily Time - through July and August (open on usual days, Tues - Sat)
Sussex Guild Craft Show - 23rd to 25th August
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The eleven-acre gardens offer a sumptuous blend of romantic landscaping, imaginative planting and fine old trees, fountains, springs and large ponds.
Whenever you choose to visit there is something to delight the senses. From bluebells and tulips to roses and lilies, then dahlias and asters.
The house dates from 1550 with a Georgian addition. Mr and Mrs James Sellick, who opened the Gardens to the public in 1992, have brought them to their present splendour, with the assistance of the eminent landscape architect, the late Anthony du Gard Pasley. In 1999 the Historic Houses Association and Christie's presented Pashley Manor Gardens with the prestigious Garden of the Year Award.