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Worth Park

Worth Park was laid out in the 1880s by Victorian garden designers Pulham and Son, and is a rare survival of an almost complete landscape by this celebrated firm.

It has recently been restored to its former glory by Crawley Borough Council, thanks to a £2.42 million Heritage Lottery-funded grant.

The park has formal gardens, a stunning fountain, stone balustrading, a listed rockery, a wooded lake, a meadow, croquet lawns and a tennis court. Toilets and parking are available at our visitor centre, Ridleys Court.

Worth Park Gardens

Getting there

Worth Park is in the neighbourhood of Pound Hill. You can visit the park by:

From Three Bridges station walk east along Worth Park Avenue and then left into Milton Mount Avenue. The walk takes 15-20 minutes.

Metrobus operates a service to the park via route 4 and route 5 .

What’s on

Worth Park gardening club

Every Wednesday at 10.30am.

Learn new skills, keep fit and help keep Worth Park looking its best as part of this friendly group. No experience needed, all ages welcome and tools will be provided.

Worth Park costume group

A weekly group dedicated to creating authentic reproduction costumes that would have been worn by the people that lived at Worth Park during the Montefiore era. Costumes can be worn by children for a real historical experience. Worth Park costume group meet on Thursday during term time, 2-4pm in Ridley’s Court. All levels of experience welcome. For more information, visit the Facebook page.

Worth Park Wanders and fitness walks


Walk details

27 June

Longer walk

11 July

Flower gardens

8 August


12 September


10 October

Pulham & Son

Walks on the fourth Thursday of each month are a chance to step up your fitness by walking further (approx. two and a half miles) and faster.

All the walks, which last about an hour, are free and led by qualified guides. Tea, coffee and biscuits are served afterwards in Ridleys Court.

Meet at the entrance to Ridleys Court, Milton Mount Avenue, RH10 3DH at 10.30am.

For further information please contact Alan Heaton on 01293 585390 or

Keep up-to-date and find out more about all the events taking place this year.

Worth Park Lake

Opening times

The park is open 24 hours a day.

Worth Park Friends

Set up in 2006, the aim of the Worth Park Friends is to act as ambassadors for the area, raise awareness of the history of the gardens, organise clean up days and fundraising events. For more information telephone 01293 882275.


The fishery is operated by Crawley Angling Society for members only.

Crawley Croquet Club

Crawley Croquet Club plays on the park’s lawns, catering for everyone from beginners to experienced players. From April to October members can be found there almost every day. For further details contact the club secretary Anne Jenkinson on 01293 884469.

Worth Park History Society

Discover and explore the history of Worth Park, the lives and life of people who lived and worked at Worth Park and the local area. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every month, apart from August in Ridley’s Court, Worth Park, 2-4pm. Come along to find out more, new members welcome. For more information email: Worth Park History or visit the Facebook page.

Filming and photography

If you are interested in obtaining permission for filming or photography in Worth Park, please contact Samantha Sheppard or call 01293 438539.

We require a minimum of two weeks’ notice for all applications and are unable to provide location advice or support.

The following charges apply:

Half day filming: (Up to six hours) £400 +VAT

Full day filming: (12 hours) £750 +VAT

Wedding photography: £100+VAT up to one hour and a maximum of 40 guests then £50+VAT per additional hour.

Commercial photography: POA

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Worth Park Visitor Centre
Ridleys Court
Pound Hill
RH10 3DH

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Worth Park Visitor Centre
Ridleys Court
Pound Hill
RH10 3DH

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