Clandon Park

Follow our progress to rebuild Clandon Park, honouring the rich heritage of its past and creating a new legacy for the future

Clandon Park

What's on

Visitors on the walkway at Clandon Park

House open days in 2017 

Sharing our progress since the fire has been really important to us. This year we’ve been able to go further and have extended the walkway originally built in 2016, further into the house. To access the house please book a timed ticket on arrival at Visitor Reception, tickets will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

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Our work

Archaeologists at work at Clandon Park

The salvage phase 

At the end of July 2016, following just over a year of work, we completed the initial phase of our project. Our archaeological salvage work has produced remarkable finds including objects that survived the fire miraculously preserved. Learn more from our project team about each of these objects, their individual disciplines and the unique challenges they faced in their specialist roles.

A portrait of Elizabeth Knight


Clandon Park was a family home for centuries. The Onslows arrived in 1641 and replaced the original house in the early 1700s with this stunning example of fashionable Palladianism. Uncover some of the most captivating stories through the years, charting the evolution of this significant house, its gardens and the people who’ve passed through it.

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Get involved

Volunteer on the house walkway at Clandon Park, Surrey

Volunteering at Clandon Park 

It's a really exciting time at Clandon Park with lots of new opportunities, but it would be impossible to run Clandon successfully without the hard work and dedication of our brilliant volunteer teams. Find out more about how to get involved and really make a difference.

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Art and collections

Our collections

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