Chartwell

Important notice -

Limited access for wheelchair users and pushchairs to parts of the garden and the studio due to Lady Churchill's rose garden wall project. For more info, please scroll down to the 'our work' section on the homepage.

Family home and garden of Sir Winston Churchill

Explore inside and outside

Fun and games for all ages

Upcoming events

House timed tickets - June

Sun 26 Jun 2016
14:15-14:30
Entry to the house is by timed ticket. Members and non-members can book their tickets online in advance. Tickets are still available on the day from the Visitor Welcome Centre on a first come first serve basis.

House timed tickets - July

Fri 01 Jul 2016
14:15-14:30
Entry to the house is by timed ticket. Members and non-members can book their tickets online in advance. Tickets are still available on the day from the Visitor Welcome Centre on a first come first serve basis.

Winnie-the-Pooh trail

Sat 02 Jul 2016
10:00-16:00
Winnie-the-Pooh needs your help to find the bees around Chartwell

House timed tickets - August

Mon 01 Aug 2016
14:15-14:30
Entry to the house is by timed ticket. Members and non-members can book their tickets online in advance. Tickets are still available on the day from the Visitor Welcome Centre on a first come first serve basis.
Chartwell

Our work

Scaffolding surrounds the house as conservation work begins at Chartwell, a National Trust property in Kent

Conservation in action; making Chartwell watertight 

Water ingress has been an issue at Chartwell since before the Churchill's even moved in. Throughout 2016 the National Trust are embarking on a huge project to restore the windows and walls to make Chartwell watertight for future generations to enjoy. Find out more about this conservation project here.

Rose garden after rain at Chartwell, a National Trust property in Kent

Lady Churchill's Rose Garden wall project 

From 6 June for approximately 10 weeks, vital conservation work is being carried out to stabilise the walls of Lady Churchill's Rose Garden at Chartwell. For the duration of the work, wheelchair and pushchair access to the studio and parts of the garden will be affected. Find out more about how we're caring for Chartwell and how it may affect your visit here.

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Eating and shopping

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History

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Groups

Chartwell house from woodland, Kent

Group visits to Chartwell 

We welcome pre-booked groups of 15 or more to Chartwell and it couldn't be easier to organise. Get in touch to start planning for a visit in 2016.

Chartwell

Get involved

View over the Weald of Kent at Chartwell, Kent

Join one of our local supporter groups 

Want to help Chartwell but don't feel you can volunteer that much time? You can always join a local supporter groups that help fundraise for several properties. They also go out and about on visits and it's a great way to meet people and make friends.