Over 500 acres of stunning botanic gardens and the world’s largest ex situ conservation project nestled in the Sussex countryside.

Wakehurst is Kew’s wild botanic garden in Sussex, with over 500 acres of dramatic landscape.

Discover beautiful ornamental gardens, temperate woodlands and a nature reserve teaming with wildlife. At the heart of Wakehurst is the world’s largest wild seed conservation project, the Millennium Seed Bank, where you can step inside and discover the important work of Kew science.

This extraordinary estate is situated in the High Weald of Sussex, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With the gardens changing throughout the year, there is always a range of seasonal highlights to explore. Whether you want to learn more about the horticultural work of Kew, find a moment of calm in the nature reserve or let children run wild in natural play spaces, there is plenty to see and do to keep all children entertained.

Experience nature as it unfolds season by season. There’s something for everyone.

Contact Wakehurst

Selsfield Road,
West Sussex
RH17 6TN

T: 01444 894 066
E: wakehurst@kew.org