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Clandon Park

Conserving and caring for a great house laid bare

West Clandon, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7RQ

Statue fixed to the brick wall at Clandon Park Surrey

Planning your visit

An 18th century Palladian mansion designed by Giacomo Leoni, decorated by leading European sculptors, and built to impress. Clandon Park was transformed by fire in April 2015, leaving a large brick and stone skeleton open to the skies and teaching us how great houses were designed, built and crafted. Set in a peaceful garden ideal for a stroll, children's play, and an informal picnic. The Clandon Project is creating a dynamic, living building to host a range of displays, events and activities - creating a unique way to understand and enjoy a country house. Find out more about our work at Clandon Park while the house is closed to visitors.

Heritage bricklayer repointing historic brick arches at Clandon Park

The project at Clandon Park 

Follow the team as they deliver our vision for a revitalised Clandon Park

Detail of plasterwork cherubs on the Saloon ceiling at Clandon Park Surrey before the 2015 fire

Celebrating the talent of plaster sculptors 

Discover what we've learned about the decorative plasterwork at Clandon Park, who made it and what we're starting to find out about how they did it.

The Clandon Park Collection

The Clandon Park Collection 

From the magnificent State Bed to a tiny stoneware duck, what will you find when you explore the Clandon Park collection online?

Plasterwork in the Speaker's Parlour at Clandon Park, Surrey

Why Clandon Park is important 

Discover why Clandon Park is historically significant today.

Two visitors exploring the garden in spring at Quarry Bank, Cheshire


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