Book your tickets
To attend a tour you must reserve your space by obtaining a timed-ticket from the information centre. Tickets are free for National Trust members, for non-members tickets cost £2 for an adult and £1 for a child.
To book your ticket ahead of time, e-mail the Cliveden Estate Office
with your enquiry or call us on 01628 605 069.
Soak up the atmosphere of this former celebrity hangout
Our guides bring to life the indulgent history of the estate from 1666, when the first property was built by the Duke of Buckingham, through to the Astor dynasty of the 1900s.
Explore the ground floor west wing corridor before entering the exquisite oak panelled Great Hall and sumptuous French Dining Room, where Winston Churchill, George Bernard Shaw, Amy Johnson and a host of other celebrities enjoyed Nancy Astor's hospitality during the 1920s, 30s and 40s.
Cliveden is, of course, where John Profumo and Christine Keeler first met. This chance encounter ignited a controversy that challenged the 1960s establishment and had major ramifications for British political history.
Please note no internal photography of the House or Chapel is permitted at any time.