Petworth (West Sussex) Reviews
Newest Review: ... adult entry is £10.90 each (half price for children). Entry to the remainder of the 700-acre Petworth Park is free of charge though. *** PETWORTH PARK *** The House is awesome, but my absolute favourite part of the whole Petworth Estate is Petworth Park itself - it's truly stunning. The grounds were landscaped by Lancelot "Capability" Brown in the 1750's and are thought by many ... more
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by - written on 25/05/10, updated on 25/08/13 (Very useful, 835 readings)
Petworth is a small market town in West Sussex which can trace its origins all the way back to the Domesday Book and earlier. It's best known as being the home of Petworth House, a large stately home, and the surrounding stunning grounds known as Petworth Park. However, if stately homes and gardens aren't really your thing, then Petworth town itself has one or two other delights up its sleeves. The town is a veritable haven for antique hunters with at least 30+ different art and antique shops scattered within easy walking distance of each other. The architecture throughout the town is well worth appreciating (many properties tend to be tile hung in the traditional Sussex Read the complete review
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