New exhibitions, Edy Craig: Women, Suffrage and the Theatre and The Shakespearean Lectures of Ellen Terry will be on display at Smallhythe Place celebrating the women of Smallhythe in the Suffrage movement.
Obtain a timed ticket on arrival or pre-book the 12:00 or 14.30 time slot (14:30 slot not available on Bank Holidays). Please book at least 24 hours in advance and arrive at least 30 mins early to exchange your e-ticket for a house ticket.
If you are visiting in the morning please book on one of our Highlights Tour, the only way to see the property until 1:30pm. Our volunteer guides will share the stories behind William and Janey's red brick house.
Are you a regular runner looking for a challenge? Our 10k trail runs give you the opportunity to train for the next big event, or keep fit whilst enjoying the beautiful surroundings of some of our special places.
One of the highlights of any visit to Polesden Lacey is the stunning rose garden, and June is the month it really comes into its own.
Throughout June, the rambling roses that adorn the rustic pergola come into bloom for the only time this year.
When Margaret Greville died in 1942, she left not only Polesden Lacey to the National Trust, but also her London home as well as their contents. A collection of over 9,000 items is now housed at Polesden Lacey.
Discover the remarkable life and achievements of a pioneering woman who lived at Petworth around the 1800s. This interactive exhibition includes a reimagining of the laboratory she developed at Petworth.
Author and artist, Polly Bagnall, will read stories about the Ferguson Gang members. Use the inspiration of the Gang to draw pictures of the Gang on a blank postcard which will go up on a pinboard, and then made into a set of postcards by Polly...
Join one of our knowledgeable guides for a free 30 min tour of the exterior of the mansion and learn about the architectural changes made to this magnificent 17th century property. Check at reception on the day for availability.