School visits to Chartwell
Bring your school along for a self-guided visit around the family home of Sir Winston Churchill. The house is still presented today the way that Clementine Churchill asked it to be; full of historic and unique items that tell the family's personal stories. Find out how to book below along with details of our Educational Group Membership.
Please be aware that we are not currently running group or school visits but are taking bookings should restrictions ease and guidance allows. Please be aware that any provisionally booked visits could be subject to cancellation.
We are currently working to develop more resource guides to enhance your visit to Chartwell. We welcome feedback on your visit and ideas for how we can enhance this experience.
Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org today to share your thoughts.
How to book your school visit
Our school visits are organised with the group booking team at Chartwell. We can be reached on email@example.com
By using an email system, we can easily track your enquiry but if you would like to speak to our group booking team in person please call 01732 861142.
When you make your booking we will need to know your:
- preferred date of visit
- arrival time
- school group size
- contact details
Educational Group Membership
Before you visit you may want to consider signing up for an Educational Group Membership with the National Trust.
This membership is specially designed to allow education groups free entry to most places owned by the National Trust. This type of membership is for not-for-profit groups or home educators whose members, pupils or students are in full-time education.
For more information, including prices and how to apply please see our Educational Group Membership page.
Bring your packed lunches to Chartwell and enjoy them al fresco.
Picnic tables are located in the field off our overflow car park, but you're welcome to pull up a rug and picnic on the lawns by the lakes.
Please note there is no indoor picnic area available should the weather be gloomy.