A tale of two exhibitions at Chartwell

Lady Clementine Churchill, the focus of Chartwell's upcoming winter exhibition

This winter discover the untold stories of Clementine Churchill, wife to one of our most famous Prime Ministers. Unravel her life stories, from a troubled childhood to a marriage in the limelight in Clementine Churchill: Speaking for Herself. Coming soon, find Clementine inspired artwork from local charities and schools in our community exhibition opening 5 Jan. Please note that the house at Chartwell is currently closed until 24 February.

Lady Clementine Churchill, the focus of Chartwell's upcoming winter exhibition

Chartwell exhibition: Clementine Churchill - Speaking for herself

Discover Clementine Churchill and her role both as the wife to one of Britain's most famous politicians and as a mother raising her family at Chartwell. Our exhibition will show how the history of the world would be very different if it weren't for this remarkable woman. Due to popular demand the exhibition is being extended until 28 Oct, normal admission applies.

Artwork for the new community exhibition at Chartwell, a National Trust property in Kent

Creating for Ourselves - community exhibition at Chartwell

Take a walk through Lady Churchill’s life and style, seen through the eyes of local community groups. This year we have been working with Age UK, Knole Academy and Crockham Hill Primary School to bring you artwork inspired by the remarkable woman behind Winston Churchill. Our community exhibition opens Fri 5 Jan - Sun 25 Feb, 10am-4pm and is free to enter.

Complete your day out at Chartwell
Frosty estate view at Chartwell, a National Trust property in Kent

The gardens at Chartwell

Explore the garden at Chartwell in Kent with its home-grown produce in the kitchen garden, rose walk, lakes and so much more. See the spot where Churchill used to sit and feed his golden orfe, and discover the wall he built with his own hands.

A winter view across the Chartwell estate, a National Trust property in Kent

Walk in a winter wonderland at Chartwell

Wrap up warm and get exploring on a winter walk around the estate at Chartwell. You could even make a whole day of it by walking to our neighbouring National Trust properties, Emmetts Garden and Toys Hill.

Bowl of pumpkin soup, with bread roll accompaniment

The Landemare café at Chartwell

Enjoy a lunch with us at the Landemare café and what would a visit to the National Trust be without a scone and tea?

Cushions, blankets and crockery, a sample of our spring 2018 home collection

The Chartwell shop

From souvenirs, gifts and Churchill memorabilia you'll be spoiled for choice in the Chartwell shop. Treat yourself to a little something.