Chastleton House and Garden

Important notice -

Unfortunately we are closed today, Saturday 16th December and tomorrow, Sunday 17th December. We have extremely icy and dangerous conditions on our access roads and car parks. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Discover the myths and memories of an ancient country house, a compelling time capsule of 400 years of family life

More about this place

Chastleton House and Garden

Things to see and do 

Visitors in the topiary garden

Plan your family visit 

Explore our 400 year old house, take a turn around our Jacobean gardens and play hide and seek in the orchard or wilderness garden - there's so much to see and do with your family on a visit.

Chastleton House and Garden

What's on 

Visitors on a tour of the garden

What's on 

Throughout our open season from March to October there are lots of reasons to visit Chastleton.

Chastleton House and Garden

Eating and shopping

Plant pots in the stableyard

Picnics, books and home-grown produce 

Browse our second-hand bookshop, purchase some local home-grown produce, or pick up a few plants to create your own Chastleton House garden back at home.

Chastleton House and Garden

Get involved

Garden volunteer at work at Chastleton House

Volunteer with us 

Chastleton House has more than 170 volunteers and we're always on the look out for more, because without this fantastic team, we simply wouldn't be able to continue our work here.

Chastleton House and Garden


Chastleton House and Garden

Art and collections

Our collections

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