Things to see & do

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What's on

Our house has closed for a winter break but we're back for winter weekends on January 17. Discover what it takes to maintain a country house in winter, with attic and housekeeping tours bookable on the day. Get more details on everything happening this winter.

Get outdoors

Take some time to enjoy our beautiful garden. You can visit the formal parterre and the sunken Dutch garden or follow a family garden trail and drop by Huia's dell. If the weather's fine why not bring a picnic or get competitive with garden games on the lawn.

Planning your visit

 © Jo MacDonald

If you'd like to plan your visit in advance why not download our welcome leaflet.

It features a map of the grounds and has all the phone numbers and information you'll need at your fingertips.

Planning your visit

 © Jo MacDonald

Can't wait to get in the house? You can download our house guide and sneak a peek at what you'll see on your visit.

There's a floor plan and a guide to lead you through each room.

The First World War

Visit the Operating Theatre, new for 2014

Visit the Operating Theatre, new for 2014

During the First World War our house was used as a military hospital. Experience this unique period of Clandon's history by visiting our operating theatre.

50 things

We’ve put together a list of 50 of the best outdoor activities you can do before you’re 11¾. Up for the challenge? Drop in to see us and start ticking things off your list.

Take a look at the 10 awesome activities available for you to do here, then head to the 50 things website to sign up.

Sunday Rambler

Out and about on a Sunday and need to get from one great place to another? The Summer Sunday Rambler bus service links us with lots of our other places in the local area. Run by the East Surrey Rural Transport Partnership, you'll find a 2015 timetable on their website early in the new year.

Take a two-minute tour

Watch a two-minute video for a quick tour around Clandon Park's house and garden.

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