Outdoor exhibition that showcases a series of archive photographs that tells the story of the special relationship between The Queen and Sir Winston Churchill at Chartwell, his family home. In 2022 Her Majesty The Queen celebrates her Platinum Jubilee, having acceded to the throne in 1952 during Churchill's second term as Prime Minister. Churchill became The Queen's trusted advisor through the earliest years of her reign, and she meant a great deal to him. The reproduced photographs will be enlarged and displayed on the fully accessible Terrace Lawn, situated just outside the house and overlooking the beautiful winter gardens and estate.
Free - with admission
National Trust Members: Free
1 Adult and up to 3 children: £21/£23.10
Non-Members: Pay & Display.
15th January to 27th February.
Last entry 3.30pm.
Fully accessible to wheelchairs and push chairs. Ground is sloped in places and terrace lawn is grass.
Picture Credit: © The National Trust.