Clandon Park

Address: Clandon Park, West Clandon, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7RQ
Phone Number: 01483 222482
Opening Hours: Current opening times.
National Trust Membership: FREE entry to over 500 places & free parking.
Nearby Attractions: View more days out nearby.

Clandon Park is an 18th century Palladian mansion with 7 acres of gardens near Guildford in Surrey.

This historic house belonged to the Onslow family for over 300 years and was built in the early 1700s replacing an earlier 17th century Tudor house. Featuring grand interiors, the most spectacular of which is the 2-story high grand marble entrance hall with it’s original stucco ceiling and marble fireplace all with beautifully ornate carvings. Full of original features and collections of beautiful of objects including porcelain, textiles and furniture. Other things to see include a collection of wildlife paintings by Francis Barlow, a room with a collection of family memorabilia and a 19th century doll’s house. To commemorate the 100 year anniversary of World War I, one of the house’s rooms has been converted back to recreate it’s look during the war, when the house was used as a military hospital. The room also features informational displays with artefacts and photographs.

In the gardens is an original Maori meeting house, a memento from New Zealand, from when a family member was governor there for 4 years. Other garden features include a parterre, a walled Dutch garden, a wild-flower meadow, a woodland walk, the Grotto and Huia’s Dell children’s play area.

The Surrey Infantry museum is also located at the house, near the restaurant, detailing three and a half centuries of the East Surrey Regiment and the Queen’s Royal Regiment. Exhibit areas include the medal room, the 20th century room and the Onslow room with uniforms, medals, regiment memorabilia and artefacts, photographs and informational displays.

  • Free car parking.
  • Museum shop.
  • Shop selling local produce, souvenirs and gifts.
  • The Undercroft restaurant serving hot and cold food and drinks.
  • Picnic area.

Opening Times & Ticket Prices:

  • Please visit the Clandon Park website for opening times and prices.

 


Before you start your journey to Clandon Park for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.

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