Alfriston Clergy House

Alfriston Clergy House East Sussex croci in orchard

Important notice -

We’re looking forward to reopening our places very soon, including Alfriston Clergy House, in line with Government guidance. We hope to be open at the end of May for pre-booked visits only - please keep checking the website for updates

The first building saved forever for the nation by the National Trust

More about this place

Alfriston Clergy House

History

Front door at Alfriston Clergy House

What makes the Clergy House special? 

On a visit to the Clergy House there are many significant highlights not to be missed and here are a few of our visitors’ favourites. 

The oak framed Alfriston clergy house

Dendrochronology solves mystery of when Alfriston Clergy House was built  

Tree-ring dating solves the mystery of when this historic hall house and first building saved for the nation was built. find out more about this fascinating discovery

Alfriston Clergy House

Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Alfriston Clergy House on the National Trust Collections website