To book, call 01420 541010 or click on the event to book online.

Sunday 21st May 2017

Chawton House Library

Garden Tour

Join Garden Manager Andrew Bentley for a guided tour of the gardens.

Sunday 28th May 2017

Chawton House Library

National Gardens Scheme Festival Weekend & 90th Anniversary

Chawton House Library has recently joined the National Gardens Scheme (NGS). Entry to the gardens will be £4 (children under 16 go free) and all funds will go to a range of beneficiaries selected by NGS including Macmillan Cancer Support and Marie Curie among others.

Friday 2nd June 2017

Chawton House Library

Estate Rambles

Explore the Chawton House Library estate in the company of our Garden Manager, Andrew Bentley, followed by a full English cooked breakfast in the Old Kitchen.

Saturday 10th June 2017

Chawton House Library

Chawton Village Open Gardens Weekend

Join us for this biennial event when Chawton Village opens its gardens to raise funds for village projects.

Sunday 11th June 2017

Chawton House Library

Chawton Village Open Gardens Weekend

Join us for this biennial event when Chawton Village opens its gardens to raise funds for village projects.

Monday 12th June 2017 to Sunday 24th September 2017

Chawton House Library

Exhibition: Fickle Fortunes

An exhibition on Jane Austen, Germain de Staël, and the waxing and waning of literary reputations.

Sunday 18th June 2017

Chawton Village Green

Meet the Chawton House Library Shires

Come and meet our magnificent shire horses on Chawton Village Green

Sunday 18th June 2017

Chawton House Library

Garden Tour and Cream Tea

As part of Regency Week Garden Manager Andrew Bentley will be giving a guided tour of the garden. Cream Tea included in the ticket price.

Monday 19th June 2017

Chawton House Library

Curators Tour of the Fickle Fortunes Exhibition and Cream Tea

Join a special tour of the Fickle Fortunes Exhibition as part of Jane Austen Regency Week.

Tuesday 20th June 2017

Chawton House Library

Embroidery workshops

Back by popular demand, join us for this unique opportunity to get hands on with history and learn how to embroider a handkerchief using rare eighteenth-century patterns from the long-running monthly Lady’s Magazine (1770-1832).

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