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Woolbeding Gardens
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Woolbeding Gardens

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Woolbeding Gardens

Created by Sir Simon Sainsbury, this 26 acre garden in Midhurst, West Sussex has now opened to the public for the first time in its 40 year development. The National Trust has owned Woolbeding since 1958, but since it came without funding and the trust’s principal interest was in its 2,000 acres – containing, as described by Disraeli, “the prettiest river and nicest valley in England” – the house was tenanted out.

All visits must be pre-booked.

Image courtesy of ©National Trust Images/James Dobson

Address and Contact Details for Woolbeding Gardens

Woolbeding Gardens
West Sussex GU29 9RR

+44 (0) 1730 825415

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