Highdown Gardens

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June, 2017

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A beautiful and internationally renowned chalk garden within the South Downs National Park. Inspired by Frederick Stern, a banker on a par with the Rothschilds. When he died in 1967, he left the Gardens to Worthing Borough Council for the people to enjoy in perpetuity.Good on him, they are marvellous. Little corners of heaven. Take a picnic, book, relax.

Restaurant on site. We didn’t try this but at least there is that option.

Car parking and entrance are free. How often do you find heaven for free!

Only one thing I would have liked to have seen – name tags on more plants.

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