Shopping

The shop at Petworth

Take inspiration from Petworth's unique art collection and landscape and find the perfect mementoes and gifts to take home in our two gift shops.

Servants' Quarters Gift Shop

Formally the Steward's Room, our shop has plenty of great gifts; exclusive National Trust ranges as well as a wonderful selection of local products, open 10am to 5pm.

We stock a large range of books including local maps and walks, great for learning that little bit more about your visit and exploring the area.

Browse our selection of books from guide books and non-fiction to maps and hobbies.
Books in the Servants' Quarters shop
Browse our selection of books from guide books and non-fiction to maps and hobbies.

Take home some locally made wine, cider, preservers and biscuits. We often have samples to taste in the shop so make sure to stop by to see what's available.

Visit the Servants' Quarters shop and enjoy some samples of local sourced items.
Locally made wine, cider, preserves and biscuits on display in the shop
Visit the Servants' Quarters shop and enjoy some samples of local sourced items.

Keep an eye out on our latest offers and sales that change throughout the year.

Petworth features in the new National Trust food line

Items from the collection of Petworth House have been chosen to cover packaging for some of the National Trust's newest items.

Pick up the Wild Garlic and Rosemary Biscotti or the Grapefruit & Gin Marmelade and take home a piece of Petworth with you.

Each item comes with a litle bit of a story linking an item from the collection to the product.

New wild garlic and rosemary biscotti in the shop packaged with an image of a painting from Petworth House

Although garlic has been used for flavour and health since ancient times, it was associated with peasants and poverty for most of history. The Wild Garlic and Rosemary Biscotti includes an image of Petworth's A Peasant Family by Antoine Le Nain (1588-1648), Louis Le Nain (1593-1648) and Mathieu Le Nain (1607-1677).

Fancy a picnic?

Stretch out in Petworth Park with a picnic this summer. From rugs, hampers, cool bags, tea towels, serviettes and crockery we have everything you need for a good quality picnic. 

Settle down for a picnic in Petworth Park
A photo of the picnic range in the shop at Petworth
Settle down for a picnic in Petworth Park

 

 

Petworth House Bookshop

Explore our range of books tailored to complement your visit discovering the art of Petworth House
A photo of the Bookshop in Petworth House
Explore our range of books tailored to complement your visit discovering the art of Petworth House

The Petworth House shop specialises in books for any occassion. From children's book to guide books and books to expand your knowledge of art, they easily complement Petworth's unique art collection and your visit.

Support local businesses

We have lots of items made locally available in our shops. Be sure to look out for the wooden bowls made from the wood of fallen trees collected from the estate by local woodturner, Tim Lawson.

One of our staff here at Petworth also makes felt brooches, available to buy at Petworth. Beverley Harris gets her inspiration from different cultures around the world but her love of nature, especially from the wildlife here at Petworth, is clear. Each piece of felt is different so you can be sure that your brooch is entirely unique.

Take a look at our beautiful wooden bowls made by local Woodturner, Tim Lawson, from fallen trees in Petworth Park
Wooden bowls made from fallen trees in Petworth Park
Take a look at our beautiful wooden bowls made by local Woodturner, Tim Lawson, from fallen trees in Petworth Park

Secondhand books

Pick up some books to add to your collection in our secondhand bookshop
A display of books in the secondhand bookshop at Petworth
Pick up some books to add to your collection in our secondhand bookshop

A keen bookworm? Pop into the secondhand bookshop in what was once part of the Estate Office located off the Servants' Quarters corridor and pick up a bargain book. Feel free to to also drop in and donate any unwanted books.