Bishop's Palace Gardens

The Bishops Palace Gardens, next to Chichester Cathedral, is a beautifully kept, tranquil garden bordered by the historic Roman city walls, and the Tudor wall. The perfect place to take a relaxing wander a few steps from the thriving centre of Chichester, you can enjoy some of the best views of the cathedral. There are plenty of benches to take that well-earned rest, or sit and admire the immaculately kept gardens.

In the gardens you will find a section of shrubs, trees, roses, climbers and herbaceous plants, with around 100 unusual trees and shrubs throughout. There is also an eye-catching rose pergola which was planted in 2009 and carries climbing roses, clematis and honeysuckle.

Bishop's Palace Gardens

Bishop's Palace Gardens

Bishop's Palace Gardens

Bishop's Palace Gardens

Bishop's Palace Gardens

12 Comments CherryPie on Jan 14th 2019

12 Responses to “Bishop’s Palace Gardens – Chichester”

  1. The Yum List says:

    What beautiful weather you’re having.

  2. lisl says:

    The gardens look immaculate. Were the remains of the Roman walls evident?

  3. What a beautiful garden and the rose pergola sounds delightful :)

  4. Shabana says:

    Absolutely beautiful garden dear Cherie!

    I truly loved the glimpse you shared here

    Idea of clasififying garden on the basis of plants species sounds great

  5. Now we need another 23 blackbirds to bake a yummy pie!

  6. Ayush says:

    indeed it looks like a fine place for a leisurely stroll (with a camera), CP, and a beautiful day to be outside too.