Join us in celebrating our 50th anniversary of opening to the public as a Charity.Friends go Free

1965-2015 – In 1965 Sir Ralph Stephenson Clarke, oldest son of the founder of Borde Hill Garden, created the charity and opened the gates to public visitors who came to enjoy its stunning vistas and fascinating heritage. His grandson, Andrewjohn Stephenson Clarke, now living at Borde Hill House, shares the family’s dedication to the Garden with on-going development and enhancement.

50th anniversary posterWhat’s happening

60’s dress up theme

Band playing 60’s music;
‘BB Collective’ Band from 12.30pm  till 3.30pm

Talks by the current owner;
10.15am and 11.45 am in the marquee

Free Guided Garden Walks; 11am and 11:45am


Free with entry to the Garden. Adult £8.20, Concession £7.65, child £5 and family (2+2) day ticket £22

Food and drink: Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic, chairs or a rug to eat outside in our beautiful grounds. Alternatively there will be delicious food and drink provided by R Bar Mobile and Eat Street Kitchen, or drop by our quaint tearoom Little Ritz for 60’s themed cakes and sandwiches in the Garden.

Also Cafe Elvira based in the stable block nearby will be open for lunches and teas but you are encouraged to book as they get very busy (01444 458845).