Discover the ‘Great House’ referred to in Jane Austen’s letters, now sensitively restored, relax in the peace and tranquillity of the gardens, and find inspiration in the lives and works of our women writers.
If you are looking for things to do in Hampshire, a visit to Chawton House makes a great day out.
Whether you are inspired by women’s literature, keen to follow in the footsteps of Jane Austen in Hampshire, looking to explore the gardens, or simply to enjoy lunch in The Old Kitchen Tearoom, our friendly staff and volunteers will give you a warm welcome.
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Visitor opening times 2019
The house and gardens are open to the public from 4 March to 16 December, including weekends and bank holidays.We are open seven days a week. 11.00am – 4.30pm. Last entry 4.00pm.
Please note that on Friday 26th April 2019 there will be some filming taking place between 12 and 1pm and the visitor route may be disrupted. We will do our upmost to ensure you can still see all of the usual public rooms but it may mean you will be asked to explore on a different route!
|House & Gardens (Annual Ticket):|
|Family ticket (2 adults & up to 3 children)||£25.00|
|Concessions (Seniors – over 65 & full time Students)||£8.00|
|Art Fund Members||£5.00|
|Disabled (free entry for accompanying carer)||£3.00|
|Gardens only (Day Ticket):|
Parking is available on the main road at the bottom of the drive. There is accessible parking next to the house; please contact us if you require assistance.
Assistance dogs are allowed in the House and Garden. All other dogs on short leads are welcome throughout the gardens and outside the tearoom, where water bowls are available for them. We ask all dog owners to clean up after them and use the dog bins provided.
How to get to Chawton House
For help or further information in planning your visit please contact: email@example.com or telephone: 01420 541010.
We look forward to welcoming you to Chawton House in 2019!
Unfortunately, access for wheelchair users and visitors with impaired mobility is somewhat restricted and this is reflected in the ticket price. Visitors can access the ground floor Library Reading Room, the Great Hall, Old Kitchen, and Library Terrace Gardens. Wheelchair users will need assistance if visiting alone, so please let us know and we will make arrangements to support you during your visit.