Godolphin House

A glimpse through a doorway at Godolphin

Step inside Godolphin House and discover a story of riches to rags - of wealth and power made from mining to the hardships and daily toil of a working tenant farm.

House opening times:

Godolphin House is open from the first Saturday to Thursday of the month. For specific dates please go to Opening Times on the main Godolphin website. 

Do I have to book?

You don't have to book to visit Godolphin or go around Godolphin House. Please be aware that we are currently limiting entry to 12 people every 15 minutes to ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable visit. 

Do I have to wear a mask?

In accordance with government guidance you are not required to wear a mask or face covering at Godolphin, however we recommend you do so in enclosed or crowded spaces. We thank you for showing kindness and respect for the preferences of people around you.

How accessible is Godolphin House?

Some parts of Godolphin House date as far back as the 1470s so some of the doorways and corridors are very narrow, unsuitable for wheelchair access. However, there is ramped access into the Inner Courtyard and the Entrance Hall. There is also seating available throughout the house. 

If you have hired Godolphin's Tramper for your visit you are more than welcome to park it outside the entrance of the house. Please remember to take the keys with you and you'll need to exit the house the same way you went in.