Clandon Park

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

Visitors on the walkway at Clandon Park

Explore the house 

This year you can, once again, follow the walkway into the ground floor of the house where you’ll discover close-up views of the incredible structure, the fire damage and the areas which have survived. Brand new for 2018, we’ve opened the basement for the first time so that you can embark on an atmospheric journey, deep into the most damaged spaces at the heart of Clandon Park. Visiting now presents a unique opportunity to see Clandon in its post-fire state, before access becomes more limited further down the line.

Clandon Park

Our work

The exterior of Clandon Park following the end of the salvage project

What's happening in 2018 

It’s another important year for our restoration project. With an architect-led design team in place following 2017’s international design competition, we now embark on a year of careful planning and consultation. Project Director, Paul Cook, talks about what’s in store for 2018 at Clandon Park.

Our architects

International Design Competition

More projects

Archaeological salvage
Clandon Park

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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.