Charlecote Park

Important notice -

In line with government guidance, only the parkland at Charlecote Park is open for local visitors to access for walks. This offer maybe reduced to allow the parkland to recover after recent flooding. It is essential to book your visit in advance.

A Victorian home set in landscaped deer park

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Charlecote Park

What's on 

Booking your visit 

*** The parkland will remain open for local, pre-booked visits during lockdown. ***

Before you visit, please read the following to help us to stay safe and stay open:

- The parkland will remain open for local visitors to provide access to fresh air and space to exercise.

- Prebooking your visit is essential and helps us with track and trace. We will not be able to permit entry to those without a ticket.

- The toilets are open. The Wood Yard Cafe, House, Orangery Shop, Secondhand Bookshop and Outbuildings are closed.

- Wellies or walking boots are strongly recommended. Flooding has made the parkland very muddy. Please stick to the footpaths and adhere to signs to help the ground recover.

- Please only visit with those in your bubble or household.

Please continue to check the website and social media for updates before you set off on your journey.

Upcoming events

Timed entry to Charlecote Park (1 Mar - 7 Mar)

Wed 03 Mar 2021
Book your timed entry to visit Charlecote Park.
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Things to see and do

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Eating and shopping

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Our work

Snowdrops and eranthis in close-up with reflective ball garden Charlecote Park

Help us look after the things you love 

Green spaces have never meant more to us. Nature has never been more important. But our income has dropped sharply and our essential conservation work is at risk. Please help us look after this place so that people and nature can thrive long into the future.

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Charlecote Park on the National Trust Collections website