Summer at Wakehurst Enjoy the spectacular displays of colour this summer at Wakehurst
Come on an adventure So many beautiful and intriguing things to explore from amazing landscapes to historic buildings
Wakehurst's wildlife With woodlands, wetlands and meadowlands, Wakehurst provies the perfect habitat for a diverse range of animals
Enjoy Wakehurst this spring and see some explosions of colour. Take a wander through ornamental gardens, temperate woodlands, national plant collections or a sculpture trail. Spot wildlife, stop for afternoon tea or find out about the vital conservation work being carried out by scientists in the Millennium Seed Bank. With so much to explore, where will you start?
Exploring Wakehurst with children
Wakehurst isn’t just for garden enthusiasts. There are adventures to be had, woodlands to be explored, minibeasts to be spotted. From interactive wood scultpures to living willow tunnels, children of all ages love the natural play features, so why not join in!
Wakehurst's vistas and landscapes
From open sweeps of countryside to carpeted woodlands, from rolling hills to valleys and ravines, Wakehurst is a feast for the eyes. Take a look at the vistas and landscapes to be explored at Wakehurst.
National plant collections
Wakehurst boasts four national plant collections, Skimmia, Hypericum, Betula and Nothofagus, as well as a range of other themed collections, including planted beds representing eight threatened habitats.
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