The Vyne

A photo of The Vyne covered in scaffolding

Experience conservation in action as this former Tudor mansion undergoes a major roof project

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Things to see and do

Diving into The Vyne roof project

Spring highlights at The Vyne

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What's on

Upcoming events

Tudor secrets self-guided tour

Wed 29 Mar 2017
At the site visited by Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn in 1535, pick up your self-guided tour at Visitor Reception and uncover hidden secrets contained in The Vyne's surviving Tudor features.

Rooftop walkway

Wed 29 Mar 2017
See how our major roof project is progressing from our lift-accessible rooftop walkway open daily.

Children's Tudor animal trail

Wed 29 Mar 2017
Deer, horses and falcons are just some of the creatures you may have seen at The Vyne in 1535. See if you can spot the animals that played an important part in Tudor life.

Tudor geocaching challenge

Wed 29 Mar 2017
Intrepid explorers can download the Geocaching® app from before casting themselves back to the sixteenth century with our Tudor-themed geocaches.

Tag-a-Tile 2017

Wed 29 Mar 2017
Be part of history by personalising a tile with a message or drawing to go on our new roof.

The Big Tree Climbing Company 2017

Sat 08 Apr 2017
For some outdoor fun, visitors aged six and over can learn to climb a tree in a harness. Step up to the challenge on various dates.
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Eating and shopping

A picture of a shop sign behind some flowers

Shopping at The Vyne 

If you’re looking for a present or simply want a post-walk ‘mooch’, pop inside and see us. We have things that will decorate your dining room and tempt the taste buds.

A picture of the servery in the Brewhouse tearoom at The Vyne.

Eating at The Vyne 

When you're ready for a break at The Vyne, pop into our Brewhouse tearoom. We have a selection of freshly made sandwiches, soup and sausage rolls as well as homemade cakes, biscuits and scones.

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Vintage coach at The Vyne

Group visits to The Vyne 

With over 500 years of history, there is plenty to discover at this former Tudor palace. Find out about group visits to The Vyne and how to get the most out of your trip.

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Our work

The Vyne's roof needs your help

The Vyne Appeal 

Water is running in. Time is running out. Help us repair the roof so future generations can continue to enjoy this special place. Your gift today will help re-tile the roof, rebuild the chimneys, repair parapets and improve guttering so that rainwater no longer gets in during heavy rain.

Conservator Steve Clare re-installs Tudor stained glass at The Vyne

Tudor stained glass conserved for centuries to come 

In February 2016, The Vyne welcomed back one of its most precious attractions following months of conservation. You can now enjoy the full glory of the chapel’s exquisite Tudor stained glass.

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Get involved

One of our conservation volunteers talking to a visitor

Get involved  

Making new friends, learning new skills and helping to ensure the future of this beautiful estate – do something different and join The Vyne’s volunteering team.