Paycocke's House and Garden

Important notice -

Paycocke's garden and tearoom are open free of charge and without the need to book. Entry to the house is by guided experience. Places are limited and advance booking is advised.

A stunning Tudor merchant's house whose walls have more than a few stories to tell

Paycocke's House and Garden

What's on

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Entry to the House at Paycocke's is by pre-booked, guided experience only. Click here to book your tickets.

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Paycocke's House and Garden

Things to see and do

Paycocke's House and Garden

Eating and shopping

Two ladies enjoying a cup of tea in the courtyard at Paycocke's

Paycockes Tea Room  

Our tea room has reopened, and we can't wait to welcome you back. Entry to the gardens, tea room and second hand bookshop is free, enjoy a selection of hot and cold drinks, sweet treats in our cosy beamed seating area, or outdoors on the picturesque patio. Check our opening times here.

Paycocke's House and Garden

History

Paycocke's- The Families

Paycocke's- The Building

A timber carving of a Mummer

The Mummers of Paycocke's 

Two very special carvings at Paycocke's have a much deeper story than you might imagine at first glance. Read on to discover more...

Paycocke's House and Garden

Our work

Our Current Projects

Historic Projects

Paycocke's House and Garden

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Paycocke's House and Garden

Art and collections

Our collections

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