Visit Huia's Dell, our children’s play area. You'll find balance beams, a mini tight-rope and slalom posts for kids to run off some energy. There're even secret seats tucked under the trees when you need a rest. Find us at the top of the garden.
We’ve put together a list of 50 of the best outdoor activities you can do before you’re 11¾. Up for the challenge?
Take a look at the 12 excellent activities available here then head to the 50 things website to sign up.
Follow our trails around the house to help your young ones get the most from their visit. Uncover hidden gems with two trails for different ages. Pick one up at the house entrance or download it here if you're planning a visit.
There are lots of fun things for children to do around our garden, so why not download our garden trail? Follow the map to find out what you can do and tick each thing off as you go. Pick one up from reception or download it here if you're planning a visit.
Instant info on all the best things for families to do here. What's available for kids to eat, family-friendly events, where to stop for a picnic or find baby-changing facilities and more. Pick one up from reception or download it here and take it with you.
Stars at Clandon
Join us for an evening of stargazing. Indoor and outdoor activities with expert advice.
February half term
Join us for the winter half term and enjoy family activities including arts & crafts.
Easter egg trail
Celebrate the season with an Easter egg trail around our garden.
The restaurant serves a wide variety of hot and cold food including children’s lunchboxes, hot meals and ice creams. Highchairs are available for young children and we're always happy to heat up baby food for you. Just ask us.
Enjoy a selection of larger-than-life games. We've got chunky chess, super snakes & ladders, dominoes and gigantic jenga to use on the lawn throughout the season. Pick them up from the garden or just ask us for them.
Want to bring your own food? We have a small picnic area with benches provided near reception. Alternatively you can just throw your rug down in the garden, break out your hamper and enjoy the surroundings.