Friends of Wakehurst/Kew/National Trust members* free
Find out more about Friends of Wakehurst
Children (16 and under)** free
Visitors with a disability, students and senior citizens £12.95
Essential carers: free
Registered blind and partially sighted visitors: free
Buy your tickets when you arrive, tickets are not available online.
Buy gift tickets
* Parking charges apply to National Trust members entering Wakehurst for free
** An adult must accompany any child 16 or under
Our address is Ardingly, Haywards Heath, Sussex, RH17 6TN
By car/coach: we are on the B2028, south of Turners Hill and north of Ardingly.
Directions from London:
By bus: route 272 stops outside Wakehurst, serving Crawley, Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill (Monday to Saturday only). For 272 timetable and route map.
Until 31 October 2018
Gardens 10am–6pm (last entry 5.30pm)
Mansion* and MSB 10am–5pm (last entry 4.30pm)
* The Mansion can be closed for private events, please check before you visit
Sorry, no dogs (except assistance dogs)
Parking is free for ticket holders, Friends of Wakehurst and Friends of Kew.
Parking charges apply to all motor vehicles including motorcycles and National Trust members entering Wakehurst for free.
Spaces for Blue Badge holders are next to the Visitor Centre.
Coach parking is available in the main car park – see group visits
Buy your entry ticket and pick up a map at the Visitor Centre, by the car park.
You can also find out about our daily guided walks and what's in bloom.
If you want to visit the Loder Valley Nature Reserve pick up a permit at the Visitor Centre.
Near the Mansion
Open daily 10am–5.15pm (lunch served 11.45am–2.30pm)
For hot meals, soups, salads, sandwiches and cakes
Inside the Visitor Centre
Open daily 10am–5.30pm
For teas, coffee, cakes, sandwiches and soups
Inside the Visitor Centre for gifts, books and other treats
Monday to Saturday 10am–5.30pm
We offer reduced ticket prices for groups of 10 or more. We also offer private guided walking tours.
We have so many places to explore and lots of family-friendly activities.
We want everyone to enjoy Wakehurst, so we aim to make it as accessible as possible.