Entrance into our Tudor mansion

The Vyne in the evening light © NTPL/National Trust/Nicola Pratt

The Vyne in the evening light

To visit our unique family home you will need a timed ticket which you can get from our friendly staff at visitor reception on arrival. Please see below for our weekday and weekend offer. Weekdays - the house runs two guided tours at 1100 and 1145. From 1200 entrance to the house is by timed ticket, the last ticket of the day is 1530-1600. Our tours are run by the kindness of our volunteers, please ring before you travel to confirm they are running. Weekends - The house is open from 1100 by timed ticket. The last ticket is 1530-1600. There are no tours during the weekend. All ticket allocation including tours are available on a first come first serve basis from Visitor Reception so arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Conservation in action

Some of our staff and volunteers carefully removing a painting for cleaning

Some of our staff and volunteers carefully removing a painting for cleaning

 Throughout the year, the house team will be undertaking preventative conservation. You will have the chance to see conservation first hand when you visit. However, this may mean some rooms may be closed and objects may be covered whilst we work.  So why not talk to the conservators as they work to find out more about our house and its conservation programme?

For a rough guide on room closures please click the link below. 


Have you seen The Vyne Roman ring?

Young visitor inspects The Vyne Ring

 One of the most exciting objects in our collection has its very own exhibition inside the house.This ring was found at Silchester, only a few miles away in a farmer's field. It has been linked with a piece of lead, inscribed with a curse. Who knows if it may have inspired Tolkien's books? To find out more click here.