Locate attractions to visit including theme amusement parks, adventure parks, arts, crafts, picture galleries, cultural attractions and castles, living history attractions, ancient monuments, houses and gardens and museums to visit throughout the
whole of the South East.
Nationwide. English Heritage exists to make
sure the best of the past is kept to enrich our lives today and for future
generations. We have over 400 sites nationwide ranging from small town gardens and
public parks to great country estates and historical monuments. Become a
member and come and visit our stunning gardens
Ashford Kent. Tel 01233 643854 A superb historic house and
garden, enjoy excellent guided tours of this ancient house, Jacobean with
medieval hall, many stunning rooms, beautifully furnished. 500 years of
fascinating history. Our garden also has twelve acres with wild gardens with
roses, delphiniums and seasonal garden delights.
Woodstock Oxfordshire. Tel 01993 810530 Built in the early
18th Century to celebrate victory over the French in the War of the Spanish
Succession you to can now enjoy the history and splendour of the palace, park
and gardens a true world heritage site. Exhibitions and specialist tours
to afternoon tea or dine in the orangery.
Woburn Bedfordshire. Tel 01525 290333 Explore the beauty,
history and its treasures collected by our ancestors, who were as passionate as
we are to share this experience with you. With 250 works of art and over 22
splendid rooms you'll discover 18th-century French and English furniture,
marvellous porcelain and silver and gold collections.
Lewes East Sussex. Tel 01273 858567 With over 500 years at the
heart of English history visitors are impressed from the moment they arrive.
The guided tour of the house includes access to the public rooms and notable
collection of works of art. Areas of the private grounds and gardens are only
open to the public on certain days.
Romsey Hampshire. Tel 01794 369317 Set in 180 acres the award
winning gardens are famous the world over. Among its outstanding features are
the splendour of the seasonal planting displays that attract an abundance of
wildlife. Truly a garden for everyone, woodland and meadows to Himalayan Valley
and the Bog garden.
Ashford Kent. Tel 01233 740641 Situated in 9 acres and laid
out in an informal way nearly 70 years ago using the natural contours of the
previously farmed land, enhanced with island beds, climbing roses and
varieties of hydrangeas Beech Court Gardens is truly a garden for all seasons. Home baking is a
special feature of the Tea Rooms.
Royal Tunbridge Wells Kent. Tel 01892 870307 The House, once
the property of King Henry VIII, was left to his son King Edward VI and granted
to my forebear Sir William Sidney in 1552, and been in continuous occupation for
more than 460 years. Visit the house with it's splendid rooms full of history
and alluring seductive gardens.