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Guided house tours
For a quiet visit of the house why not book a guided tour on Mondays at 10:30am? Have a volunteer all to yourself before the public arrive and available for groups of 15 to 30 people. Additional costs apply.
Make a day of it
For a perfect addition to your visit come to Chartwell for lunch in our private function room. Book a one or two course meal for your group or even just morning coffee or an afternoon cream tea.
As part of the commemorations this year marking the 50th anniversary of Sir Winston Churchill's passing we are holding a series of one off lectures and talks from 10:30am most mornings for a small fee. Give the group bookings administrator a call on 01732 861142 or email to find out what we will have each day to make that visit extra special for your group.
Alastair Gordon, un des jardiniers bénévoles à Chartwell, offre des visites guidées en français. Suivez le lien ci - dessous pour lire son invitation et si cela vous intéresse.
Across the pond
Visiting National Trust properties from the States? Join the Royal Oak Foundation to enjoy free access to over 300 historic houses and gardens in the UK as well as a range of programmes in the States on the National Trust.
Use Chartwell as your classroom
Uniforms, paintings, gifts and history - there's a lot to explore in Churchill's family home.
Adventures in the garden
Orchards to run through, kitchen gardens to explore and wildlife to watch.
Art in the studio
Discover Churchill's art in the studio before heading into the garden to have a go yourself.
Seasonal walks, natural art and outdoor play in our woodland estate.
We welcome self-led school groups, as well offer opportunities for older students. Our schools pack tells you everything you need to know about planning your day at Chartwell but if you have any questions please email us.
Public Speaking competition
Inspired by the legacy of the great man himself, we have been working together with Blenheim Palace and The Churchill Centre to run the Sir Winston Churchill Public Speaking Competition for the 2014/15 academic year. Chartwell will be entering 8 local schools into this year's competition.