Charlecote Park, Elizabethan Country House, Warwickshire

Charlecote Park


The splendid 12th land and 16th century house and gardens include a formal parterre, woodland walk and parkland inspired by 'Capability' Brown in the 18th century.

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What makes it special

  • Experience the parterres as laid out by the Victorian Mary Elizabeth Lucy
  • Discover the woodland of the ancient Forest of Arden
  • Explore the Victorian home built around the Tudor legacy

Opening Times

House (except Wednesdays - 11:00 to 15:30

Garden, Outbuildings, & Park - 09:00 to 18:00 (16:00 in winter)


House, Parkland & Outbuildings

Adult - £13.40 (with Gift Aid £14.80)
Child - £7.00 (with Gift Aid £7.70)
Family - £33.80 (with Gift Aid £37.30)

Grounds & Outbuildings

Adult - £10.00 (with Gift Aid £11.00)
Child - £5.00 (with Gift Aid £5.50)
Family - £25.00 (with Gift Aid £27.50)
1 adult family - £20.40 (with Gift Aid £22.50)

Hostels nearby

Charlecote Park

Warwick, Warwickshire, CV35 9ER

Map references

OS Map: 151

OS Grid Ref: SP259564

Lat/Lng: 52.205418, -1.622038

Contact information

Email: [email protected]

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