Ham House and Garden
A unique 17th-century treasure trove
Explore the house, gardens and wider estate
Extensive formal gardens, statuesque borders, a wilderness area and productive kitchen garden have been lovingly re-created.
Over the winter, we commence conservation work in the house to look after and preserve our wonderful collection. Find out more about our work and the history of Ham House when you visit this winter with talks and tours running at selected times and the first floor and Below Stairs open for free flow every day between 12noon-4pm.
Find out more about the work we do over the winter, caring for this extraordinary 17th century collection.
Discover more about the work we do at Ham House and Garden
Senior House Steward Sarah McGrady sheds some light on conservation research being carried out at Ham House.
Re-imagining Ham House's opulent 17th century formal garden to once again inspire a 'wow' from garden lovers.
See the conservation of Ham’s precious objects in front of your very eyes.
Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Ham House and Garden on the National Trust Collections website