It is important to us that your visit to Tilgate Park is enjoyable. We welcome your comments and suggestions as they help us to improve our level of service to our visitors. Perhaps there is something you’ve really enjoyed or equally you’ve spotted something that needs improving. Please let us know by filling in this short feedback form.
Tilgate Park has so much to offer from stunning lakes, lawns and gardens to miles of woodland and bridleways for long leisurely walks. As well as all this Tilgate Park also boasts Tilgate Nature Centre and excellent activities and attractions .
Dogs are allowed off lead in the park so long as the owner has them in sight, can bring them to heel at any time and they do not cause a nuisance to other park users.
Dogs are excluded from the Nature Centre, Walled Garden and play area.
Many people have fond memories of visits to Tilgate Park with their loved ones and would like to scatter their ashes within the park or remember them by way of a memorial such as a tree or a bench.
The Azalea Woodland is our dedicated ashes scattering area and features seating and the ‘Passage’ sculpture on which engraved memorial plaques are mounted.
Scattering of ashes is by permission only. We do not permit ashes to be scattered in any other area of the park.
Tilgate Park is an ideal venue for holding all types of events. Contact us for more information.
If you are interested in filming or conducting photo shoots anywhere in Tilgate Park, please contact Samantha Sheppard or call 01293 438539.
The following charges apply:
Half day filming (Up to six hours): £400 +VAT
Full day filming (12 hours): £750 +VAT
Tilgate Park has had a long and varied history from the discovery of dinosaur bones through to use in the 17th century iron industry to becoming a palatial estate to being use by Sir Malcolm Campbell for flotation trials prior to his water speed world record!
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