All events are open 10.30am-5.00pm

Adults £10, Senior’s £9, Children (5-15ys) £5.00 and family (2 adults and up to 4 children) £28.00.

Season Tickets

House & Gardens: Single £30, Double £45, Family £50.00


Seasonal Events 2014


Garden Weekend

Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th July – GARDEN WEEKEND

This year, Parham is celebrating its’ 21st anniversary Garden Weekend. This flagship event takes place in the award-winning 4-acre walled garden and orchard. A ‘colony’ of local artists and sculptors will be present in the Pleasure Grounds and children and their parents can enjoy traditional village fair games such as coconut shies, hook the duck etc.

Joe Swift from Gardeners’ World will be opening this event on Saturday and and One Show Gardener, Christine Walkden will be onsite on Sunday.

This hugely popular event attracts a wide spectrum of quality, specialist nurseries and is one of the South East’s finest garden weekends for viewing and buying really top quality plants.




Francis Quinn

Sunday 17th August – GROW YOUR OWN FESTIVAL

Celebrate home-grown produce at the 3rd annual ‘Grow Your Own Festival’ in the award-winning Parham gardens and tour the Flower Festival in Parham house, as horticultural societies will be exhibiting their finest seasonal offerings.

Learn about growing your own food from local producers, smallholders and guest speakers and enjoy an informative day, full of tasty treats and home-grown offerings, mixed with some good old fashioned family fun at the heritage fun fair stalls.

Frances Quinn, the 2013 BBC2 Bake-Off winner will be baking edible delights and decorating in her own inimitable style. Pippa Greenwood, plant ‘pathologist’ and former presenter of BBC2s Gardeners’ World will give talks and answer questions about growing your own fruits, herbs and vegetables.

The GYO festival promises to be a fabulous day out for the entire family. Pack a picnic or enjoy a light lunch in The Big Kitchen



Adam Pasco

Sunday 28th September - AUTUMN FORAGING & ESTATE LIFE

Enjoy country living at its best at the annual day of “Autumn Foraging & Estate Life”. Parham is the perfect location to showcase this seasonal family event. Set in the midst of a deer park, nestled at the foot of the South Downs between Storrington and Pulborough on the A283. In years past, the Parham household would have been self-sufficient from produce grown, reared and preserved on the estate. The Big Kitchen café will feature Parham-grown fruit, vegetables and venison on the menu.

Learn about estate life and view traditional woodland crafts or sign up for a guided deer spotting walk in Parham Park, where deer were first recorded in 1628.

Join a guided fungi walk in the ancient woodland and revel in the beauty of the Sussex countryside in autumn. View items in the house not normally on display. Local food and drink producers will be exhibiting so you won't go home hungry or thirsty.