The house has fallen under an enchanted evergreen spell this Christmas. Woodland animals have taken over the festive preparations and have transformed Mrs Greville’s party house. As you wander through the rooms see what animals you can spot along the way.
The house is open daily from 27 November - 23 December.
There's no need to book to visit the house, but normal admission charges apply.
Meet Rudolf's reindeer cousins
Two of Ruldoph's cousins have heard that magical things are happening at Polesden Lacey this Christmas and are eager to share in the fun. Come and meet Snowflake and Cracker and learn about how special they are from Ms Claus and Santa's chief reindeer herder. You'll also be able to take home their favourite food, lichen moss from Finland, to put out for Rudolf on Christmas eve.
Come and find them at the front of the house on 27 & 28 November, 11am - 3pm.
Join us on a magical adventure through our enchanted woods and see the great man himself. Created by The Visitor Enhancement Experience*, this immersive theatre experience will bring the spirit of Christmas alive this festive season.
Fri, Sat, Sun from 27 Nov – 19 Dec; Daily from 20 Dec – 23 Dec.
Various performance times each day.
£10 per child. Normal admission charges apply for non-National Trust members. Tickets are sold out but please keep checking the website for last minute availability.
*In association with The Cat's Grin Theatre Company
Enjoy a delicious Christmas menu at Polesden Lacey from 27 November. Come and meet friends or family for Christmas lunch* with turkey from our resident farmer, Steve Conisbee, or treat yourself to a festive mince pie or mulled wine.
There's no need to book but please note our cafe is usually busy between 12pm and 2pm.
Whether it's a present for a loved one or a treat for yourself, a snuggly throw or an inspiring cookbook, our online shop is packed with great gift ideas. And what's more, 100% of profits supports the work we do to care for the nation's nature, beauty and history for everyone, for ever.
Our gardens, parks, cafés, shops, countryside locations and many houses are open. You no longer need to pre-book at many places. Some still require booking ahead, so please check the property webpage before you travel.