Facilities & access


  • Unfortunately we have no onsite parking. Parking is available in the village car park 0.8km (0.5miles) away or on street by the village church
  • The chapel can only accommodate 25 people at a time. It is essential that groups pre-book their visit on 01635 278394. Group visits are normally held on days when the chapel is closed to general visitors.
  • Due to the images in the paintings being copyright to Spencer's estate, we're really sorry but we can't allow photography inside the chapel. A range of postcards and guidebooks on the images are available to purchase
  • Bring some binoculars to enjoy the details in the higher level paintings
  • Refreshments available in nearby village pub
  • Picnics welcome in the grounds
  • Dogs welcome in the grounds
  • Entry is by timed ticket only. Tickets are available from the website
  • Fully accessible toilet available

Family & children

  • Chapel quiz for children
  • Push chairs welcome


  • Portable ramps available for manual wheelchairs for front steps into chapel
  • Three stone steps with no handrail to enter the chapel
  • A helper would be needed to aid visitors requiring wheelchair access
  • Please phone on 01635 278394 for further advice on wheelchair access
  • Braille guide on paintings available
  • Portable hearing loop available in shop, and hearing loop available for speakers or ministers in chapel. Please call to arrange chapel hearing loop in advance
  • Handling kit of First World War equipment such as clothing and field
  • Brick paths around property for wheelchair access
  • Parking available for blue badge holders - call property
  • Ramped brick path access to Visitor reception, exhibtion and toilet
Call us to talk through your access requirements © Amanda Findlay

Call us to talk through your access requirements

Our access statement

If you need more details about access to help you plan your visit, please take a look at our more detailed access statement. If you have any questions, please give us a ring on 01635 278394 or email us at Sandham@nationaltrust.org.uk.

Download our detailed access statement including a plan and photographs.