Chartwell

Important notice -

Due to heavy rainfall predicted to continue, sturdy shoes and winter clothes are advised when out walking across Chartwell and surrounding countryside. Please stick to the paths, as the lawns and grassy areas are currently waterlogged.

Family home and garden of Sir Winston Churchill

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Art at Chartwell

Upcoming events

Art at Chartwell: a family trail

Sat 25 Jan 2020
11:00-15:00
Explore the garden at Chartwell through the eyes of Winston Churchill and his paintbrush. Be inspired by his love for painting and become an artist yourself on this interactive trail.

Art at Chartwell: An Outdoor Exhibition Celebrating Churchill's Paintings

Sat 25 Jan 2020
11:00-16:00
Join us for our outdoor Art exhibition celebrating the works of Winston Churchill.

'Find out about Volunteering' Coffee Morning

Tue 28 Jan 2020
10:00-12:00
Looking for something different to do in the New Year? How about volunteering at the home of Sir Winston Churchill? There's no set times so feel free to drop in any time between 10am and 12noon.

House timed tickets - 29 February

Sat 29 Feb 2020
12:00-12:20
Chartwell house reopens for 2020 on Saturday 29 February. Book the 12:00 or 14.30 entry time and be one of the first to enter the house this year. Bookings can be made up to midnight the day before your visit.

House timed tickets - March Weekends

Sun 01 Mar 2020
12:00-12:20
Book the 12:00 or 14.30 entry time for the house. Bookings can be made up to midnight the day before your visit, arrive at least 30 mins early exchanging your e-ticket for a house ticket and paying on arrival if a non-member.

House timed tickets - March Weekdays

Mon 02 Mar 2020
12:00-12:20
Book the 12:00 or 14.30 entry time for the house. Bookings can be made up to midnight the day before your visit, arrive at least 30 mins early exchanging your e-ticket for a house ticket and paying on arrival if a non-member.
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Places to stay

The exterior of Octavia Hill Bunkhouse, Kent

Octavia Hill Bunkhouse 

This restored farm building is perfect for large groups looking for a rural retreat in the Kent countryside. The 10-sleeper Octavia Hill bunkhouse is set in a former farm building and dairy. Packed with original features, the bunkhouse is located on the 80-acre Outridge Farm, part of the Toys Hill estate.

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Art and collections

Our collections

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