What to expect from your visit
The garden at Lamb House is open for pre-booking, along with on site toilet facilities.
To ensure the safety of our visitors, staff, volunteers and local communities, we've reduced the number of people we can welcome at one time. Please book your tickets before you visit. Members can book for free, while non-members will need to pay when booking.
In this article you’ll find everything you need to know about what's open and what to expect from your visit.
Please have your tickets, membership card and booking voucher close to hand as you arrive, as we'll be checking your booking at visitor reception.
Please arrive within your half-hour timeslot, to help maintain social distancing.
If you’re more than 10 minutes late for your arrival slot, then entry will be at the discretion of the property team. We're asking visitors to limit their visit to two hours, to help maintain safe numbers in the grounds and ensure that as many people as possible have the opportunity to enjoy Lamb House.
To help keep everyone safe, please follow social distancing and government guidance when you visit. And look out for signs while you’re here which will explain any changes to how you can access different parts of the site.
You'll find hand sanitizer you can use near the toilet facilities as well as sinks for hand washing in the available toilets.
If you’re showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone that has the virus in the last 14 days, please don’t visit.
Facilities and access
The house remains closed following government guidance, the garden is open for socially distanced, pre booked visits. The garden is accessed via steps from the street.
Toilets are available in the courtyard, which are sanitized at least three times a day.
For the safety of staff and visitors we've introduced social distancing measures and changes to payment at our visitor reception, which will be via card only. In line with government guidance visitors to our toilets are now required to wear a face covering. Please bring one along with you.
Sadly, we’re not able to open everything at once. Some facilities and areas remain closed at the moment, so that we're sure that everything we do is safe, but new possibilities are opening up all the time.
Please be aware that there are no food or beverage outlets that will be open during your visit, please bring refreshements with you.
Benches are located around the site for visitors to rest as they walk and the courtyard will have seating for you to enjoy a picnic.
Exploring the garden
Our garden is looking lovely and will continue to do so into autumn. However, it might not be quite as you’re used to seeing it. We have a gardener back at work now but with the lost time over the year the garden isn't perhaps as well-groomed as you might be expecting. There are some weeds and rough edges; please bear with us as we do what we can as soon as we can, and instead enjoy all the many other pleasures that our garden has to offer.
Please don't use bikes, scooters and trikes anywhere in the grounds, and please don't bring parasols, wind breakers, tents, gazebos or inflatables on your visit.
How to book
All visitors must book a ticket in advance, including members. Entry is free for members, but please bring your membership card with you. Non-members will need to pay in advance.
Please book one ticket per person, except for children aged 5 or under as they don’t need a ticket.
You’ll need to choose a 30-minute arrival time for the day you want to visit.
Tickets are for your use only and are not available for resale
We'll send your booking confirmation by email. Please make sure you fill in your correct email address when you book to ensure you receive your confirmation email.
Every Friday we'll release new bookings for visits the following week. You can book up to 18 hours before a timeslot.
Due to limited spaces, we’re asking that you only book once a week to allow others a chance to visit.