Set in the heart of an ancient deer park below the South Downs, Parham House and Gardens offers an unforgettable day out.
One of the country’s finest Elizabethan Houses, its tranquillity and timeless beauty has changed little over the centuries. The main rooms of the House are the Great Hall, Great Chamber and Long Gallery, which contain an outstanding collection of pictures, furniture and needlework.
The beautiful four-acre eighteenth century Walled Garden includes a vegetable garden, orchard and wonderful 1920s Wendy House. Its opulent mixed borders and abundant greenhouse provide flowers and plants to decorate every room in the House, an old Parham tradition.
Visitors can enjoy a selection of homemade cakes and light lunches in Parham’s former Tudor kitchen. Discover the Gift Shop with a wonderful range of gifts, books and preserves, using produce from the Gardens. There is also the opportunity to take home a piece of Parham horticulture, with over 200 herbaceous perennials on sale in the Nursery, all grown and hand tended on site by the gardening team.
The House and Gardens are open to visitors and group bookings from Sunday 21st April to Sunday 13th October on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.