Description

The House, once the property of King Henry VIII, was left to his son King Edward VI and granted to Sir William Sidney in 1552. The Sidney family have been in continuous occupation for more than 460 years. Visit to see the house with its many rooms and varied collections including family portraits from across the Centuries, antique furniture, tapestries, and much more including a toy museum. Enjoy the gardens and the grounds, which is home to an adventure playground and a woodland trail.

Opening Hours
Gardens, grounds, Lake Park and Adventure Playground & Woodland Trail
Daily
10am-5pm
The House & Toy Museum
Daily
11.30am-3.30pm
Last admission 1 hour before closing.

Price
Parkland
Free
House, Gardens and Grounds
Adult - aged 16 years +: £13.50
Child - 5-15 years: £7.30
Family - 2 adults + 2 children: £37.50
Family - 1 adult + 3 children: £33.50
Family - 2 adults + 1 child: £31.50
Free admission for 2 children under 5 per paying adult, £2.50 per child under 5 thereafter
Gardens and Grounds Only
Adult -16 years +:  £11.50
Child - 5-15 years:  £6.80
Family - 2 adults + 2 children: £34.50
Family - 1 adult + 3 children: £30
Family - 2 adults + 1 child: £27
Free admission for 2 children under 5 per paying adult, £2.50 per child under 5 years thereafter
Admit one accompanying registered carer free of charge when accompanying a full-paying person
Season tickets available

Accessibility
Parts of the gardens and grounds can be harder than others to push a standard wheelchair along, due to terrain and slopes. The gardens and ground level of the house are accessible, though the upper staterooms have 1 staircase, but a virtual tour is on offer. The Toy Museum has 5 steps leading to it. Seating and rest points are situated around the grounds. Two manual wheelchairs are available from the main Visitor Entrance for hire, but book in advance of your visit. Mobility scooters may be brought into the grounds - to be kept at a walking pace speed.

Dogs
Allowed in parkland only, must be put on leads around the ewes.

Facilities
Cafe • Shop • Toilet • Disabled Toilet • Baby Changing Facilities

Picture Credit: © Penshurst Place, Viscount De L'Isle.

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