Leonardslee Lakes & Gardens

Leonardslee Lakes & Gardens, Horsham, West Sussex, England

In 2019, Leonardslee Lakes & Gardens, Horsham opened its doors after a closure of 10 years, this magnificent Grade 1 listed garden was nearly lost forever and has been the subject of the largest garden restoration in England and possibly Europe.

These spectacular and ancient gardens are now open for the public to enjoy once again. Many people in the local area have fond memories of their visits and life around these gardens, and they aim to protect this magnificent heritage so that future generations get to enjoy these beautiful green spaces and flora and fauna within.

Enjoy peaceful walks through the Finest Woodland Gardens in England which boasts impressive features, including several scarce trees and shrubs.

The gardens are famed for outstanding displays of Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Camellias, Magnolias, Bluebells and the beautiful ornamental rock garden.

There are numerous walks to explore throughout the 240-acres of Grade I Listed Gardens, parkland, lawns and forest areas, with an abundance of fascinating fauna as well as flora. You can see a rare colony of wallabies introduced in 1889, as well as several species of deer.

Open daily: -

Peak (1st April - 31st October)

9am - 5pm - Last entry 3:30pm

Off Peak (1st November - 31st March)

9am - 4pm - Last entry 2:30pm

Closed Christmas Day - 25th December

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