A black cat relaxes in the flowering garden at Peckover © National Trust

A black cat relaxes in the flowering garden at Peckover

Your group visit

We welcome group visits to Peckover House and Garden.

Peckover House was built around 1722 and was home to a fascinating Quaker banking family.

Four generations of the Quaker family lived at what was then called Bank House, from 1794 to 1948. It was then given to the National Trust.

Group information

  • Admission rate: house and garden - £6.00, garden only - £4.25
  • Access: only the garden is wheelchair accessible
  • Coach parking: coach drop-off is at the front of the house
  • Catering: Reed Barn Tea-room open 11am - 5pm
  • Garden: open 11am - 5pm
  • House: open 12 - 4.30pm, last admission 4pm
  • Free garden tours available most days
  • Call 01945 583463 for more info and a booking form

Special interest tours

The Octavia Hill Museum

Pastel drawing of Octavia Hill 

Visit the birthplace of Octavia Hill, one of the founders of the National Trust.

Elgoods Brewery and Garden

Music and Beer Festival at Smallhythe Place. © David Oliver

Situated in the heart of 'Fen' country in Cambridgeshire, home to Elgood's is the North Brink Brewery, one of the first classic Georgian Breweries to be built outside London.

Wisbech and Fenland Museum

Part of the collection of around 1,500 books at Townend © Emma Wright

Wisbech and Fenland Museum is one of the oldest museums in the United Kingdom.