Description

Chartwell is the family home of Sir Winston Churchill and the rooms remain much as they were when he lived here, with pictures, books and personal mementoes evoking the career and wide-ranging interests of a great statesman, writer, painter and family man. The gardens reflect his love of landscape and nature, including lakes, a kitchen garden, a playhouse and also woodlands with trails to explore as well as natural play areas.

Opening Hours
House
Open from 26th February to 30th October 2022
Daily
11am-4pm
Garden
November to January
10am-3.30pm
February to November
10am-4.30pm
The studio, exhibition, shop and café are also open.

Price
Member: Free
Garden and Studio
Standard/Gift Aid
Adult: £14/£15.40
Child: £7/£7.70
Family: £35/£38.50
1 Adult and up to 3 children: £21/£23.10.
House, Garden and Studio
Adult: £20/£22
Child: £10/£11
Family: 50/£55
1 Adult and up to 3 children: £30/£33.

Accessibility
The hillside location means the grounds are sloped in places with steps. Please refer to the welcome map for step-free routes.

Train
Edenbridge - 4 miles, and Oxted and Sevenoaks stations - 6 miles.

Bus
Summer Sundays and public holidays - 246 London Bus route from Bromley North (passing close to Bromley South train station) to Chartwell.

Parking
Members: Free
Non-Members: Pay & Display.

Advisory Notes
You will a ticket to enter the house, they are limited and sold on a first come, first served basis on the day. They advise arriving early.

Dogs
Dogs on short leads in the garden and meadow on the house side of the lake.

Facilities
Cafe • Toilet • Disabled Toilet • Baby Changing Facilities

Picture Credit: © The National Trust.

Location

Mapleton Road, Westerham, Kent TN16 1PS, UK

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