Opening times for 11 December 2023
Asset Opening time House 11:00 - 17:00 Car park Dawn - Dusk Garden 10:00 - 17:00 Park Dawn - Dusk Park Café 10:00 - 17:00 Shop 10:00 - 17:00 Chapel tearoom 11:00 - 16:30 Second-hand bookshop 10:30 - 16:00
Please note last admission to the garden is 45 minutes before closing time. Last admission to the house is 45 minutes before closing time. Please note the site may close in inclement weather, please check social media for latest news.MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £8.80 £8.00 Child £4.40 £4.00 Family £22.00 £20.00 1 adult 2 children £13.20 £12.00 Group Adult £12.35
House & Garden
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £14.30 £13.00 Child £7.20 £6.50 Family £35.80 £32.50 1 adult 2 children £21.50 £19.20 Group Adult £12.35
Assistance dogs only
Assistance dogs only for house and garden entry
Chapel Tea-room located within the garden
Accessible and disabled parking available. There are level paths in garden suitable for wheelchairs. All-terrain tramper available to book, please email email@example.com to book. Audio induction loops are in place in the cafe and the Welcome centre. There are adapted toilet/baby changing at the Stables and a disabled toilet in the Park cafe.
Level access to food outlet
Level and wide path access all through the garden
Powered mobility vehicle available
3½ miles east of Plymouth city centre. Travelling south (from Exeter): exit from A38 is signed Plymouth City Centre/Plympton/Kingsbridge. At roundabout take third exit for Plympton. Travelling north (from Liskeard): leave A38 at Plympton exit. From roundabout take first exit to Plympton. **Please note that there are roadworks taking place on Plymouth Road. Please allow extra time for your journey.** (A more detailed document with directions to Saltram is available on request by calling 01752333500)
Parking: 50 yards.
Sat Nav: Enter 'Romilly gardens' (A more detailed document with directions to Saltram is available on request by calling 01752333500)
South West Coast Path within 4 miles. Route 27 cycle path also accessible to pedestrians from Plymouth City Centre or Dartmoor (via Plymbridge Woods). (A detailed document with directions to Saltram is available on request by calling 01752333500)
Plymouth 3½ miles
Service from city centre will drop off within one mile (A detailed document with directions to Saltram is available on request by calling 01752333500)
NCN27 (A detailed document with directions to Saltram is available on request by calling 01752333500)
The festive event of the season this year explore an 18th century pleasure garden recreated in the interiors of a Georgian mansion. Booking required.
Find out the best places to walk your dog at Saltram and which areas are dog friendly, including the facilities available.
Overlooking the River Plym and set in a rolling 18th-century landscape, the house is full of treasures, stories and intrigue to discover. The full house route is now open.
Complete with 18th-century sweeping lawns, an ancient lime tree avenue, exotic planting and garden follies, the garden offers layers of history, planting and tranquillity to be explored.
Rare survival of a working 18th-century estate, including farmland, beaches, salt marshes, meadows, woodland and an estuary, perfect for family walks, cycling and exploring with four legged friends.
Find family friendly activities to do at Saltram from exploring the estate and gardens to seasonal events.
Explore a garden full of seasonal bursts of colour and scents to fill the senses at Saltram, with views across the River Plym and garden walks.
Explore beautiful countryside nestled amongst Plymouth’s urban environment at Saltram. Woodland, estuary and open green spaces provide the backdrop to this city escape.
Feast your eyes on Robert Adam’s neo-classical saloon at Saltram, lose yourself in the stories in the Chinese wallpaper and wonder at the sheer volume of books in the library.
How did a local boy come to have such an impact on the art world? And why will you find so many of his works here at Saltram? Head into the house to discover more.
Dress in your spookiest outfit and follow the trail around the garden to discover folklore tales and cast some spells.
He's back! Sit down & join Father Christmas in the stables as he shares magical stories & some festive songs. Includes a special keepsake.
Enjoy an easy circular walk following the perimeter of the Saltram estate, offering views of the Plym Estuary and Blaxton saltmarsh.
Take an easy 1-mile walk from Saltram House that follows parkland and woodland, providing distant views of the estuary, Plymouth and Cornwall.
Stay as close to the beach as possible in this old mill conversion right on the edge of Wembury.
Tucked away on the Buckland Abbey estate with its own private garden and a bright interior.
Saltram overlooks the River Plym and is set in a rolling landscape park that provides precious green space on the outskirts of Plymouth. Strolling along the riverside or through the woodland, you can almost forget that the city lies so close.
Saltram was home to the Parker family from 1743, when an earlier mansion was remodelled to reflect the family’s increasingly prominent position. It's magnificently decorated, with original contents including Chinese wallpapers and an exceptional collection of paintings (several by Sir Joshua Reynolds). It also has a superb country house library and Robert Adam’s Neo-classical Saloon.
The garden is mostly 19th century, with a working 18th-century orangery and follies, beautiful shrubberies and imposing specimen trees providing year-round interest.
An 18th century Palladium summer residence, Saltram’s historic interiors are just as beautiful today. Browse the shelves in the Library and see architect Robert Adam’s designs in the Saloon.
A garden made for entertaining guests amongst the Amphitheatre and Orange Grove, Saltram has plenty of history, both outside and in.
See what there is to discover among the collection at Saltram, including fine examples of Wedgwood ceramics, intricate Chinese wallpapers and portraits by Joshua Reynolds.
A dedicated team of staff and volunteers work to maintain Saltram’s house and estate, which includes a project to revive the Orange Grove in the garden.
Saltram continues to put nature at the heart of its decisions with the Green Minds Plymouth project. Find out how the project has helped to change and shape Saltram for future generations.