Petworth House and Park Ancient Trees Walk Petworth England, GU28 9LR

Discover more about the ancient trees that dominate the skyline of Petworth Park on this circular walk. Marvel at some of the oldest and largest trees in the country and see a 1,000-year-old ancient oak that has survived all the…

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Discover more about the ancient trees that dominate the skyline of Petworth Park on this circular walk.

Marvel at some of the oldest and largest trees in the country and see a 1,000-year-old ancient oak that has survived all the major landscape changes since the 12th century. The gnarled and twisted bark of our magnificent ancient specimens make natural and amazing works of art.

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