Opening times for 30 November 2023
Asset Opening time House Closed Garden 09:00 - 16:00 Outbuildings 10:30 - 16:00 Park 09:00 - 16:00 Shop 10:30 - 16:00 Tea-room 09:30 - 16:00
The house is now closed for winter conservation, it will be open on the weekends of the 11th, 12th & 18th, 19th November. It will reopen on the 2nd December with our Christmas offer. The parkland is open daily 9am - 4pm with last admission at 3pm. There is no need to book your visit. Only groups of 15+ people need to pre-book their visits to Charlecote.MTWTFSS3031123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930123
House, Parkland & Garden
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £14.30 £13.00 Child £7.15 £6.50 Family £35.75 £32.50 One adult family £21.45 £19.50 Group Adult £11.00 Group Child £5.50
Parkland & Garden
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £12.10 £11.00 Child £6.10 £5.50 Family £30.30 £27.50 One adult family £18.20 £16.50 Group Adult £9.00 Group Child £4.50
Open daily from 10.30am in the outbuildings.
Electric vehicle charging point
14 electric vehicle charging points are now available on a first come, first served basis to the left of the car park as you enter. These are 11kw chargers and these are provided by destination charging operator RAW Charging. All payments are made to RAW Charging through the onsite machines.
At least one of three outlets is open daily from 9.30am.
Located next to the Visitor Welcome Centre. Open every day from 10.30am - 4.30pm.
Free parking, 300 yards. Accessible parking also available.
Open daily from 10.30am - 4.30pm. Located behind the Victorian Kitchen.
Charlecote Park is a two pawprint rated place. Well-behaved dogs on short leads are welcome on the designated dog walking route, and inside the Wood Yard café and Orangery Restaurant. If your dog is easily excited by livestock, please speak to the team in Visitor Welcome Centre to find alternative walking routes.
Toilets are open, including accessible and baby changing facilities and may be closed for short periods during the day for cleaning.
Blue Badge parking. Induction loops. Accessible toilet. Large print map. Bookable all-terrain mobility scooter. Wheelchairs available. Ground floor of house accessible. Ramps into shop and café. Uneven paths.
Located inside the toilets by the Gatehouse.
Powered mobility vehicle available
Two all-terrain mobility vehicles are available for hire. Please email email@example.com to hire these in advance of your visit.
There are building works taking place on site and so there are currently only a very small number of on-site, accessible parking available which fill up quickly. This area can be used as a drop off point, but you may still need to park at the accessible spaces in the main car park.
Ramps available to most spaces with stepped access. Please ask a member of the team for assistance.
Located down the private drive. Please ask at the Visitor Welcome Centre to access this or email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance to plan your visit.
Accessible benches available in the parkland and seating available in the café.
Available at all front-facing spaces.
Grounds partly accessible. There are grassy and uneven pathways and slopes in the parkland, and loose gravel and cobbled floors to navigate around the property.
Large print (guide or menu)
Available on request at the Visitor Welcome Centre.
The buggy service runs when volunteers are available to transport visitors with mobility requirements, up and down the main drive.
Level access to food outlet
Ramp available to both the Orangery and Wood Yard café. Large-handled cutlery and accessible chairs also available in both outlets.
Available to hire on arrival or to book in advance please call 01789 470 277 or email email@example.com
6 miles south of Warwick on the north side of B4086. You may need to drive past the blue gates or church to reach the car park. The car park is located on the opposite side of the road to the main house and parkland.
Parking: All parking is in the main car park. Designated accessible parking spaces can be found near Visitor Welcome Centre. Limited accessible parking may be available on-site. Please ask at Visitor Reception. The buggy service is volunteer-led and runs on an ad-hoc basis. 14 electric vehicle charging points are available. See 'Facilities and Access' for more information. To find the Visitor Welcome Centre - what3words https://w3w.co/empire.pavilions.part
Sat Nav: Use the postcode CV35 9ER to take you to the main car park. To find the entrance of the car park - what3words https://w3w.co/empire.pavilions.part
If arriving by foot, please enter through the Visitor Welcome Centre in the car park. To find the Visitor Welcome Centre - what3words https://w3w.co/combines.appoints.travels
- Stratford-upon-Avon 5 miles
- Warwick 6 miles
- Warwick Parkway 8 miles
- Leamington Spa 8 miles
Taxis are available from all stations. Prices range from £12 to £15 for a single journey from Stratford and £23 - £30 from Leamington.
Warwickshire Stagecoach 15 bus route stops at the Charlecote Pheasant Hotel, close to our car park, Monday - Saturday, and journeys between Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick.
The 505 once-a-day Flexibus is wheelchair accessible from Stratford-upon-Avon (no same-day return journey available): Monday - Friday.
Bike racks are located outside Visitor Reception.
Please note that there is no cycle route within the parkland itself and bikes are not permitted inside the parkland due to the free-roaming wildlife and livestock.
Route 41 of the National Cycle Route will take you right past Charlecote Park.
Search our upcoming events including trails, walks, talks, workshops and more ways to experience Charlecote Park throughout the year.
Discover more about the Heritage Crafts Christmas theme at Charlecote year. From hand-crafted decorations to the family-friendly puzzle trail that will have you choosing to race for or against Time itself! No booking
Charlecote Park is a two pawprint rated place. There's plenty of space to explore with your dogs along our special walking routes. With acres of beautiful parkland to visit, come and wander with your four-legged friend.
Access more of the parkland by hiring one of the all-terrain mobility trampers, and find out what other access provisions are in place to help you enjoy your visit to Charlecote.
Discover a Victorian family home and landscaped park on a group, school or educational visit. Find out how to book and what to expect from your group visit here.
Take a look at the map of Charlecote Park to help plan your visit
With picturesque parkland, riverside views and tranquil gardens, Charlecote Park is the perfect backdrop for professional wedding and engagement photoshoots.
Informal landscaped parkland nestled between two rivers, with free roaming deer and sheep. Home to a wide variety of wildlife.
A compact Tudor house with Victorian extensions and interiors. Home to the Lucy family for nine centuries, including present-day residents. All five ground floor rooms of the house are open 7 days a week 10.30am - 2.30pm by timed ticket, collected on a first come, first served basis at the Welcome Centre.
The service courtyard to the main house, including the original laundry room, brewhouse, carriage collection, Victorian kitchen and scullery.
Relaxed gardens created by Mary-Elizabeth Lucy. Includes ancient cedar trees, flower borders, and a parterre overlooking the river.
Light bites and meals available in the Orangery Restaurant. Light bites at the Wood Yard Café. Ice creams and snacks from the Stables Gardens, open on busy days. Opening days and times for each outlet vary.
Gifts and homeware in the Servants’ Hall Shop. Seasonal plants, gardening equipment and items for outdoors lifestyles at Avenue Plants. Second-hand bookshop next to the carriage houses.
There's plenty to do at Charlecote Park in winter. Bundle up and come spend a day exploring the parkland and house. Look out for deer hiding the tall grass, spy on birds from the bird hide, explore the Victorian kitchen, or pop into the Orangery café for a tasty treat.
Discover a fine example of a Victorian home at Charlecote Park, with its vast collection of treasures and immaculately preserved Victorian kitchen and outbuildings.
There are lots of seasonal highlights to discover in the garden at Charlecote, including a formal riverside parterre, shaded woodland garden and a Victorian summerhouse.
Walk through an estate brimming with wildlife, from fallow deer to spotted Jacob sheep, and find out what else there is to see on a visit to Charlecote Park in Warwickshire.
Entertain the whole family this winter at Charlecote Park. Picnic, play and explore the estate, and spot the wild deer herd, the flock of Jacob sheep, as well as lots of wildlife.
Whether you’re looking for a quick snack with your dog or relaxing lunch with friends, we’ve got a choice of places to eat, drink, and shop at Charlecote.
With its own private garden, this former stable on the Upton estate has an Art Deco-inspired interior.
A gorgeous cosy Cotswold cottage with heaps of original features and walks from the door.
In November the five downstairs rooms of the house are open 10.30am - 2.30pm on the weekends of the 11th & 12th, 18th & 19th by timed ticket. These can be collected on a first come first served basis at the Visitor Welcome Centre. The parkland is open daily 9am - 4pm with last admission at 3pm.
There is no need to book your visit. Only groups of 15+ people need to pre-book their visits to Charlecote.
Overlooking the river Avon on the edge of Shakespeare’s Stratford, Charlecote Park has been part of this corner of rural Warwickshire for centuries.
The Victorian home set in a landscaped deer park, has over 180 acres to explore. Wander, picnic and play in the parkland, inspired by ‘Capability’ Brown. Enjoy tranquil views across the rivers Avon and Dene and spot a wide variety of wildlife around every corner, including the historic herds of Jacob sheep and fallow deer which roam freely in the parkland all year round.
Stroll through the garden that Mary Elizabeth loved so dearly, from the formal parterre to the shady woodland garden with rare plants and borders full of colourful herbaceous planting.
Tiptoe through the Scullery and Victorian Kitchen, to see them quietly preserved in time. Wander across the Service Courtyard to explore the Laundry and Brewhouse which once hummed with the activity of a busy working estate. Discover the stables which house the family’s carriage collection, each with its own story to tell.
Still the Lucy family home after 900 years, the house usually tells a story of the vision of the Victorian owners George Hammond Lucy and his wife, the formidable Mary Elizabeth, who extended their home and filled it with treasures from their European travels.
Learn about the vital work we’re undertaking indoors and out at Charlecote, from restoring buildings and monitoring collection items, to maintaining healthy habitats for wildlife.
Find out how we’re tackling climate change and improving facilities for Charlecote’s visitors. Discover how these changes may affect your visit, and how your support makes a difference.
Are you passionate about Charlecote? Get involved and join a team of over 300 volunteers who help us bring Charlecote to life – find your perfect role here and book into our next volunteer recruitment day on 27 September 2023.
From establishing a vibrant wildflower meadow to fixing a temperamental Victorian central heating system, read how your support makes a difference.