Shopping at Chartwell
One of the largest in the National Trust, our shop is sure to have what you're looking for. Find exclusive, seasonal National Trust ranges for the home and garden, plants, Chartwell memorabilia, and souvenirs (plus a whole range of Jock merchandise for all his fans) - there's something for every occasion. Every purchase you make on your visit helps us to care for Chartwell.
How it works...
Our shop is open seven days a week, 10am-5pm.
If you're looking for that perfect gift for a friend or loved one - or maybe a treat for yourself - we have something for everyone. From homeware to fashion, food and drink to a fantastic range of plants, come and see us for a bit of retail therapy.
Every purchase you make helps us to care for the nature, beauty and history that surrounds us here at Chartwell.
The new National Trust spring/summer collection is here and its already bringing a bright and cheerful mood to the shop!
Find a whole range of new items in a celebration of spring-time. Pick up one of our hand-painted scarves or stylish bags to elevate any outfit, bring the outside in with one of our popular spring flower scented candles and diffusers, or maybe get something for your own gardens from accessories to our plant collection.
The Chartwell Guidebook
If you're looking for both an accompaniment to your visit and a wonderful memento of your trip to Chartwell, we have you fully covered with our Chartwell guidebook. Our expert guidebook covers the history of Chartwell right from before it was bought by the Churchills, to information on what can be found in both the house and surrounding gardens.
Pick one up from the Visitor Centre to read as you head round the grounds, or from the shop as a perfect takeaway from your visit.
There is a fantastic selection of Churchill souvenirs available to remind you of your visit to Chartwell. Whether it's from our extensive range of books on the man himself or a postcard featuring a range of images from the grounds of his home to some of the artwork he painted, there's something there to keep the memory alive.
The arum fabric was originally designed in the 1920’s and covers the chairs in the dining room at Chartwell.
Churchill himself produced the dissertation for the chairs, stating that they should be comfortable and compact so the table wasn’t too crowded with arms.
The family enjoyed many parties at Chartwell and towards the end of Churchills life the dining room was turned into a cinema.
The Second-hand Bookshop
The second-hand bookshop is temporarily closed for renovations.
The second-hand bookshop at Chartwell is open from 10am to 4pm for you to browse our range of donated booked.
Please be mindful of other visitors and volunteers are onhand to support.
Please email us at ChartwellPortfolioBookshop@nationaltrust.org.uk to arrange a drop off as we have limited space.