Hinton Ampner

Important notice -

In line with government guidance, outdoor spaces only at Hinton Ampner are open for local visitors to access for walks. You will need to book your visit in advance.

Elegant country house with highly distinctive gardens

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What's on

Please book ahead before visiting

The gardens, toilets, parkland and wider estate are open. The house, shop and cafe are closed. We’ve introduced advance booking to keep everyone safe and maintain social distancing. To avoid disappointment and being turned away, please book in advance.

Explore a frosty Hinton Ampner this winter

Visiting Hinton Ampner: What you need to know 

We have put together some helpful information about what to expect from your visit to Hinton Ampner. To avoid disappointment and being turned away, please book in advance. You'll also find simple instructions on how to cancel your booking if your plans change.

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Things to see and do

Winter walk down the Lime Avenue at Hinton Ampner

Winter Walks at Hinton Ampner  

Walk off the winter blues and take a stroll through our grounds and parkland.

Frosty view of the church and garden in winter at Hinton Ampner, Hampshire

Winter in the garden at Hinton Ampner 

Stretch your legs this winter as you take a stroll in our frosty gardens.

Explore a frosty Hinton Ampner this winter

Winter family fun at Hinton Ampner 

At Hinton Ampner we have some great family walks that explore open fields and woodland areas, perfect for getting close to nature. There are lots of chances to tick off some of your ’50 things’ activities including cloud watching and getting to know a tree. Begin a new family adventure and learn something new by downloading one of our spotter sheets.

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History

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Our work

Details of three portraits

Addressing the National Trust's colonial links 

Hinton Ampner, along with a number of other places and collections in our care, deals with contentious political histories. Learn more about what we are doing to be inclusive in our work and acknowledge the impact and legacies of colonialism.

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Join or give

We need your support

For 125 years, people like you have helped us protect some of the UK's best-loved places. Everyone needs nature, beauty and green spaces now more than ever. But out income has dropped sharply due to the coronavirus crisis, and our essential conservation work is at risk. Please give what you can to help us look after these places, so people and nature can thrive.

Visitors in the garden at a National Trust place

Experience more with National Trust membership 

As we gradually and safely open more of the places we care for, there’ll be more opportunities to explore gardens and parklands near you. If you’re a member, you can access all these places free, together with most National Trust car parks. It’s so important for everyone to have fresh air, birdsong, big skies and open spaces to enjoy. Your membership will go towards looking after all of this for generations to come.