Athelhampton House & Gardens
Magnificent 15th Century Tudor Manor House with spectacular gardens. Don't miss the striking Pyramid shaped yew trees.
Visit the House website
What makes it special
- Visit this Grade 1 Tudor Manor House
- Wander around and enjoy the spectacular gardens
1st March to September 29th
Sunday to Thursday - 10:00 to 17:00
1st November to February 28th
Sunday Only - 10:30 to 16:30
Adult / Senior - £14.50
Child - £3.00
Student - £9.25
Disabled Person - £8.75
Dog - £1.00
Group (12 or more pre-book) - £10.00
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