Visit the garden at Clandon Park

Making daisy chains in the garden at Clandon Park, Surrey

The garden at Clandon Park will be open from Monday 15 March as a small green space for our community. It will be open every day between 11am and 4pm. There’s no need to book a ticket, but parking is limited. The house, visitor reception and toilets will remain closed.

The area looked after by the National Trust at Clandon Park is made up of the house and a seven-acre garden. The wider parkland in which these sit is privately owned by the Onslow family and includes a garden centre and café, a few minutes’ walk from the house. Other than by the marked public footpaths, the parkland is private and not open for public access.

Do I need to book?

Our car park is now open. You don’t need to book but we have limited spaces. If the car park is full please come back another time.

When you arrive 

The car park is open every day between 11am and 4pm. You don’t need a ticket to park, but parking is limited. Once you’ve parked, you can head to the garden. There will be signs directing you through the main gate.

The daffodil meadow at Clandon Park in full bloom
The daffodil meadow at Clandon Park, Surrey
The daffodil meadow at Clandon Park in full bloom

Staying safe

At the heart of our planning for reopening is the safety for our teams and our visitors. To help keep everyone safe, please follow social distancing and government guidance when you visit. Look out for signs while you’re here which will explain any changes to how you can access different parts of the site.

If you’re showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone that has the virus in the last 14 days, please don’t visit.


At the moment, our visitor reception and toilet block are closed. There will be no refreshments available onsite. If you bring your own, please take your rubbish with you. The wooden playground in the garden is open. There are no covered areas in the garden so please dress for the weather.


There is level access from the carpark to the garden and there are accessible paths around parts of the garden. The lawn is sloped and suitable for some buggies and wheelchairs. Assistance dogs are welcome.