Highdown Gardens reopen to the public. | Mackellar Schwerdt Architects

Highdown Gardens reopen to the public.

Worthing's world-famous gardens at Highdown are to reopen to the public after the completion of works to enhance the visitor experience and promote access to the exotic rare plants that grow there.  

Mackellar Schwerdt working with Adur and Worthing Borough Council have overseen the completion of National Lottery funded proposals for the creation of a new visitor centre, entrance alterations, new accessible pathways and a sensory garden. The 8.5 acre gardens, internationally important because they are home to hundreds of rare plants and trees uniquely grown on chalk soil, are visited by tens of thousands of people every year.