Things to see & do

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Good to know

  • If you are visiting the Manor you'll receive a timed ticket at reception
  • You can visit the Garden and Priest’s House any time during your visit
  • The Snowshill shop and the Tea Room are near to Visitor Reception
  • The Manor and Garden are a 15 minute paved walk away, with some steep sections
  • A buggy is available to take you to the Manor and back
  • Parking for large vehicles is very limited, so if you plan to visit in a motorhome please call ahead on 01386 852410
  • All group visits (15+ and coaches) must be booked in advance
  • You can download a full access guide below, showing you steps and stairs around the place

Fun for families

Try on a Samurai helmet in the Manor

Try on a Samurai helmet in the Manor

Wade’s world is that of inspiration and wonder, the perfect place to spark the imagination.

Try on a Samurai or Tudor helmet, run around the Hazel Run or become an Apprentice Collector on our trail in the Manor.

What's on

Join us for one of our special events including archaeology walking tours in August or our famous apple festival in October.


Exlplore stunning Cotswold countryside on a walk from Snowshill © Colin Davidson

Exlplore stunning Cotswold countryside on a walk from Snowshill

We are near the Cotswold Way and surrounded by some truly stunning landscape. Lace up your walking boots and try our circular walk, starting from the car park. Download your copy below or pick one up in Visitor Reception.


Assistance dogs can accompany you at Snowshill © David Levenson

Assistance dogs can accompany you at Snowshill

We only admit assistance dogs to the Garden and Manor. However, there are some beautiful countryside walks in the surrounding Cotswolds hills, picnic tables for lunch and a water bowl on hand. Please keep your dog on a lead, especially when the sheep are out in the fields.