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Sandham Memorial Chapel

World famous chapel containing Stanley Spencer's visionary paintings

Harts Lane, Burghclere, near Newbury, Hampshire, RG20 9JT

Sandham Memorial Chapel from the front under a bright blue sky with white clouds

Important notice

Sandham is now closed for the winter, we will reopen on Thursday 7th March at 11am.

Planning your visit

Purple-flowered shrubs outside Sandham Memorial Chapel, Hampshire

Group visits to Sandham Memorial Chapel 

Bring your adult or school group to Sandham Memorial Chapel in Burghclere in Hampshire and learn more about the First World War, Stanley Spencer, art and social history.

Dog on a lead at Nostell Priory in West Yorkshire

Visiting Sandham Memorial Chapel with your dog

Dogs are welcome on a short lead throughout the gardens and orchard at Sandham Memorial Chapel. Only assistance dogs are able to enter the Chapel and exhibition. Sandham has a one pawprint rating as we offer canine visitors a water bowl and lots of interesting wildlife smells in the garden.

Visitors on a walk with their dog in Heddon Valley, Devon

Visiting National Trust places with your dog 

If you’re bringing your dog to the places we care for, here’s information on the Canine Code and pawprint rating system to plan your visit.

Visitors in the garden in autumn at Stourhead, Wiltshire


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