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Booking your visit to Fenton House and Garden

The brickwork exterior of Fenton House, London, in the sun, with manicured garden in front
Fenton House and Garden in the summer | © National Trust Images/Arnhel de Serra

We look forward to welcoming you to Fenton House and Garden, a handsome 17th-century home set peacefully a stone’s throw from the bustle of London. While garden-only admission is available on arrival, all visits to the house must be pre-booked. Read on to discover how to book your visit.

How do I book?

All visitors need to pre-book to visit the house. Members can book free of charge, while non-members will need to pay when booking.

  • All tours of the house are self-guided, but you'll need to choose an entry time.
  • Fenton House and Garden is open on Fridays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays.
  • Tickets are released two weeks in advance, throughout the working day on Thursdays.
  • Please book one ticket per person, except for children aged five or under who don’t need a ticket.
  • Tickets are for your use only and not for resale.
  • We'll send your booking confirmation by email. Please make sure you fill in the correct email address to ensure you receive your confirmation email.

Book your visit

Check availability and book

If you require any other assistance or information prior to your visit, please email us or give us a call and we will respond to your enquiry as soon as we can.

Visitors exploring the inside of Fenton House and Garden, London. Fenton House is a 1686 town house in Hampstead, London.
Visitors exploring the inside of Fenton House and Garden | © National Trust Images/Arnhel de Serra

Arriving for your visit

When arriving at Fenton House and Garden please have your ticket ready to show us, as either a printed copy or on your phone. If you’re a member, you’ll also need to show your membership card.

You'll be asked to show these at the gate where volunteers will be waiting to welcome you.

Please arrive on time

Please arrive promptly for your timeslot. The starting time on your ticket is the time of a short welcome and informal introduction, after which you can explore the house independently. Please arrive 5 minutes before your introduction to be checked in.

Sadly, we are unable to accommodate late entry to the house.

After your house visit

At the end of your house visit, you’re welcome to spend as much time in the garden as you wish until closing time. Exploring the house is optional so you're welcome to arrive, show your ticket and head straight into the garden instead.

Two visitors look at tall plants covered with tiny white flowers in the garden at Fenton House and Garden, London, with a hedge to one side and the house in the background

Book your visit

Please note you need to book tickets to Fenton House and Garden. You can book for today up until 8am. Every Thursday time slots will be available for the next 14 days.

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