Explore our house

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What's on in the house?

  • Ham House is a popular destination for visitors of all ages. 

    Short house talks

    Daily (except Fri)
    In the below stairs rooms between 11-12, last talk 11.45am.

  • A chance to see the insides of our exotic cabintets © National Trust Images/John Hammond

    Cabinet secrets

    4-12 Oct (except Fri), 12-4pm
    See the lavish interiors of our cabinets.

Behind the scenes

Tues and Thurs, 2-2.45pm

Discover places that visitors wouldn't usually see on a behind the scenes tour.

£8, plus normal admission

Buy your tickets...

Great staircase is looking different

Venus and Adonis by Miguel de la Cruz

Venus and Adonis by Miguel de la Cruz

In March 2013, funding was awarded to conserve the ten paintings that hang in this magnificent space. Three paintings are already at the conservators and others will follow over the next few years.

Titian's ghosts

Titian’s Ghosts by Royal Academician artist Stephen Farthing

Whilst our original paintings undergo conservation work, artist and Royal Academician Stephen Farthing has created some artwork specially for the Great Staircase at Ham.

Visit below stairs

Our hands-on below stairs rooms

Complete your visit to Ham with a hands-on experience in our basement and see what it would have been like to live and work below stairs.

See our opening times

Haunted Ham

Spooky sightings on our ghost tours

Reputed to be one of the most haunted houses in Britain, discover the ghostly tales scattered through the history of Ham House...

Find out more about our ghost tours

Our collection

Our beautiful bird nests inside the Marquetry Cabinet © NTPL/John Hammond

You can find out more about our fantastic collection online. Or discover it in person by visiting our house and meeting our welcoming room guides.

Our miniatures

Our beautiful bird nests inside the Marquetry Cabinet © NTPL/John Hammond

Our collection of miniatures on display in an early 17th-century picture closet is without parallel in England.

Find out more on our rare treasures...