On Sunday 24th April 2016 from 2pm - 5:30pm Rotherfield Park will be opening its doors to for an Open Day. The garden around the house covers about 6 hectares and is listed Grade II by English Heritage. It includes an acre of walled garden, within which the vegetables are planted according to the phases of the moon. There are glass houses, including a dedicated peach and apricot house and a vinery. The site also includes 26 hectares of ornamental woodland and 143 hectares of parkland.

Gaze Burvill will also be open from 2:30pm - 5:30pm on this date so do feel free to pop in. 

Brief history of Rotherfield Park

The family of James Scott bought Rotherfield Park in 1808, the only time the house has been sold in its long history. The architect, Joseph Parkinson, was commissioned to rebuild the house incorporating the new theories of romanticism as dictated by Sir Uvedale Price and Richard Payne Knight. Mansion, park, village, and distant landscape were all transformed over a period of half a century.

Location information:

Address: Rotherfield Park, East Tisted, Alton, GU34 3QE