Ham House and Garden

Important notice -

The gardens , the shop and Orangery café (outdoors sitting) are open. To avoid disappointment please book your visit in advance. Thank you for helping us open safely by following Government guidance.

A unique 17th-century treasure trove

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Ham House and Garden

What's on 

Please book ahead before visiting 

Outdoor spaces and the shop at Ham House and Garden are open for local visitors to access for walks, with a limited takeaway selection available from our Orangery Cafe. All visitors need to book their visit in advance. Members can book for free and non-members will need to pay when booking. The house will be opening from Monday 17 May.

Upcoming events

Timed entry to Ham House and Garden (17 May - 23 May)

Mon 17 May 2021
Book your timed entry to visit Ham House Garden.
Ham House and Garde, South Terrace in winter

Can't make it? How to cancel your ticket 

If you've booked a ticket but can no longer make your slot, we'd really appreciate it if you can cancel your ticket. It takes just a couple of clicks, and means someone else can visit in your place.

Ham House and Garden

Things to see and do

Audio Tours

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Our work

Ham House and Garden's in bright winter sunshine

Support Ham House and Garden 

You can continue to support Ham House and Garden by dedicating a donation to someone special and adding your precious memories to our interactive map. A perfect way to celebrate a special occasion, such as a birthday or anniversary, your donation will help us continue to care for Ham.

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The Cherry Garden at Ham House, Surrey, seen from an upper floor window

The historic gardens at Ham House 

Explore the formal gardens at Ham House and enjoy the stunning walled kitchen garden, recreated to provide food and cut flowers all year round.

Ham House and Garden

Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Ham House and Garden on the National Trust Collections website