What to expect on your visit to Greys Court

Sunshine across the Greys Court estate

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to visit Greys Court and enjoy the gardens and nature we’ve all missed.

The gardens, estate, shop and tea-room are open everyday at Greys Court. We are sorry but the donkey wheel is closed.

Here are some top tips to help you plan your day.

Parking and arrival  

When you arrive, please park your car and head to Visitor Reception where you’ll be greeted by a member of staff. Please have your membership card to hand if you are a member.

Greys Court mansion in the Spring sunshine, Oxfordshire
Greys Court mansion house and oval lawn in the sunshine
Greys Court mansion in the Spring sunshine, Oxfordshire

A map of the estate will be available to take a picture of when you arrive, and staff will be on hand to help with directions.

What’s open and at what time?

Gardens and parkland: Mon - Sun 10am – 5pm (last entry at 4pm, gates locked at 5pm)

On Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays & Sundays at 11:30am & 1:30pm you can join a Garden Guide and learn about the unique and colourful gardens here at Greys Court. No pre-booking is necessary, the tours are first-come first-serve and timed tickets will be available from reception on the day of the tour. Please note garden tours depend on volunteer availability.

House: Mon - Sun 11am - 4pm. (last entry at 3.30pm). We can not guarantee all rooms of the house will be open during your visit.  Timed tickets may be in operation in the house over busy days, which can be collected from Visitor Reception.

Tearoom: Mon - Sun 10am - 4.30pm

Shop: Mon - Sun 10am - 5pm

Access

Please note our accessible parking by the house is not currently available. Please speak to our staff at Visitor Reception about an alternative.

There is a ramp to the house entrance and stairs to the first floor of the house. 

There is an adapted toilet in the toilet block with baby-changing facilities. Full access information is available on the front page of our website under 'Facilties and Access'.

Access for everyone
If you need to bring a carer or essential companion to accompany you as a disabled visitor, they can visit free of charge.

Group visits

To enquire about a group visit, please fill out this form: https://forms.office.com/r/8nsXRsrasm

Notes on your visit  

  • Please take your litter home with you. This helps us keep everyone safe. 
  • Dogs are welcome on short leads on the estate walks only. Dogs are not permitted in the walled gardens.
  • There will be no first aid cover from staff during your visit. If you require assistance, please let a member of staff know so they can coordinate an emergency response. 
  • No barbeques are permitted on site. 
  • No bikes or scooters permitted on site.