Worthing’s award-winning Highdown Gardens has scooped another honour – after being awarded a Certificate Of Excellence from renowned website TripAdvisor.
It is the third year running the unique open space has received the recognition, which is awarded to those attractions which continually gather top reviews from visitors.
Nestled amongst the idyllic South Downs, Highdown Gardens is one of West Sussex’s most highly regarded gardens.
Spread over 8.5 acres of land, the historic gardens are home to a unique National Collection of rare plants and trees.
It is run by Worthing Borough Council and is free for all visitors.
Cllr. Edward Crouch, Worthing Borough Council’s Executive Member for Digital and Environmental Services, said: “Highdown is a real jewel in Worthing’s crown and it’s fantastic to see that the hard work from the team is being recognised by visitors.
“For anyone that has not visited this tranquil gem, I urge you to take a visit – you will not be disappointed.”
For more details visit: www.highdowngardens.co.uk
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