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Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens

Brighton Road
Lower Beeding
Horsham
West Sussex
RH13 6PP

The Gardens are currently closed, but it is hoped they may open to the public again in the future. Visit the Gardens website (link below) for the latest information.

Leonardslee lakes & gardens 1907 - 2009



Leonardslee is internationally famous for its wonderful display of Rhododendron and Azaleas. In May the gardens are considered to be one of the most magnificent gardens in Europe. Admire our paths lined with a kaleidoscope of colours, lakes shimmering with the reflections of flowers, and views to impress you just around every corner.

See the amazing "Beyond the Dolls House" exhibition with the additions of a pharmacy and many other components to this remarkable display. Now boasting 140 foot of display this is one of the largest exhibitions of its kind in the world.

The Courtyard Sculpture Exhibition includes work from promininent local artists and nationally renowned sculptors.

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(2015 times)

The Gardens are currently closed.


Admission Charges

(2015 prices)

The Gardens are currently closed.


Directions

Road: 5 miles south-east of Horsham or 4 miles from Handcross. From the M23, take the turning 1 mile after J11 signposted Handcross B2110.
Rail: Horsham station 5 miles then by taxi.
Bus: Horsham - Brighton service No 17 stops at the entrance.


Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens Postcode for SatNav: RH13 6PP

Contact

 
Tel:
+44 (0)1403 891 212
Fax:
+44 (0)1403 891 305
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