At Handcross, near Haywards Heath, Routes 271 and 273 stop near the entrance to National Trust-owned Nymans Garden.
omantic Nymans is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is a gutted shell of a magnificent mediaeval-style manor built in the 1920s in the grounds.
If you want to exercise your artistic skills, this is an ideal place to get out your sketchbook, water colour pad, or your camera! You are sure to be inspired to capture the beauty of Nymans, with its wonderful views across the Downs.
There are plants here from all over the world including a notable collection of Chilean plants, magnolias, camellias, and rare specimens from China and the Far East!
Nymans is part of the National Trust - there is a restaurant, plus a shop. Special events are held at Nymans throughout the year.
Getting to Nymans - Route 271/273
Get off at Nymans bus stop, – use the Truggers stop on 273 for northbound journeys