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Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH17 6EB

Nymans was one of the first gardens donated to the National Trust in 1953 when Leonard Messel died.

The house suffered a fire in February 1947 and now only a small part of it is still intact.

Nymans has over 30 acres of mature trees and rare plants, which have been collected from all over the globe. The garden has statues, a topiary and cedar trees. There is also a walled garden, a garden and a laurel walk.

There is a visitor centre where you can view the house and gardens history.

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