Opening times for 3 December 2023
Asset Opening time House Closed Garden Closed
You'll need to book your house (and garden) ticket before you visit. This includes members. Tickets are released two weeks in advance on Thursdays. Garden only tickets are available on the day at the gate - last entry at 3.30pm.MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £7.00 Child £3.50 Family £17.50 1 Adult Family £10.50
House and Garden
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £11.00 Child £5.50 Family £27.50 Family 1 adult £16.50
Assistance dogs only
Please note that our visitor toilet is on the first floor, accessible only via a flight of stairs.
Limited Blue Badge parking by arrangement. Ramp access to ground floor. Some areas of garden have level access. Gravel paths.
Braille (guide or menu)
Parking can be arranged on site for disabled visitors. Please call us before your visit to set this up, on on 0207 4353471.
Ramped access to the house is available but please note that there are stairs to the toilet and upper floor(s), and steps between levels in our garden.
Cars and taxis can drop you off at our visitor gate on Hampstead Grove.
Large print (guide or menu)
Our ground floor is fully accessible, but our upstairs can only be reached via a two-flight staircase. There is also a short flight of stairs between levels in our garden.
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