Strawberry Hill House & Garden has been open to visitors for over 250 years. Come and visit our house or explore our beautiful garden.
Monday to Wednesday: 11:00 – 3:00pm*
Sundays & Bank Holidays: 11:00am – 4:00pm*
*Final entry one hour before closing. Advance booking is recommended.
Public Guided Tours
From April 1 2019 public guided tours available 10am on Sundays.
Tours departs at 10am. Booking is essential. If you are a group of 15 persons or more you may be interested in booking a private guided tour for preferential rates. Please e-mail: email@example.com
For more details please contact the team on:
+44 (0)20 8744 1241
Strawberry Hill House & Garden is situated in the village of Strawberry Hill – located just outside Twickenham and 12 miles west of Central London. Our address is:
Strawberry Hill House
268 Waldegrave Road
Click here for information on transport links and parking facilities.
A private guided tour is one of the most engaging ways to appreciate Horace Walpole’s Gothic masterpiece.
Click below to take a look at our packages.
To book a guided tour for a group of 15+ people contact the office on +44 (0)20 8744 1241 (extension number 202) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Garden Cafe occupies the ambient Great Cloister of Strawberry Hill House and enjoys glorious views across Horace Walpole’s 18th Century naturalistic garden.
Strawberry Hill House’s gift shop is open to the public during general opening hours. We offer a selection of books and souvenirs relevant to the House alongside a variety of gifts.
Loseley Park ice cream is also available for purchase.
Strawberry Hill has a purpose built lift with gives access to the majority of first floor rooms. The Library and second floor rooms are not accessible to wheelchair users or those unable to climb stairs. Due to narrow doorways and corridors some motorised wheelchairs cannot access all of the rooms. The woodland walk is not accessible to wheelchair users. Fully accessible toilets are available in both the Visitor Reception Area and main house.
A hearing loop system is also available in the main house. Specialised tours for the visually impaired are offer to groups with a minimum group size of 10 persons.
Read our full access statement here.
We welcome non-commercial photography inside and outside the House, but ask that our visitors do not use tripods or flash photography. However, during exhibitions we have a no photography policy.
Unfortunately dogs are not permitted to enter the House and Gardens. Assistance dogs are welcome.
Pushchairs can be left in the buggy park next to the Visitor Centre, which is located next to the car park. If you are attending an education event in the house, pushchairs can be left in the foyer next to the Education Room.
For visitors wishing to take very young children into the House, we ask that they transfer their child into the indoor pushchair provided on arrival. These are suitable for children able to sit.
Unfortunately barbecues, ball games, bikes and scooters are not permitted in the Garden, as it is a historic landscape.
Fireside Folktales: Aesop’s Fables
1 September 2019 at 11am & 2pm
Fireside Folktales: A Tale of Robin Hood
1 September 2019 at 12.30pm & 3.30pm
Fireside Folktales: Aesop’s Fables
2 September 2019 at 11am, 2pm
Fireside Folktales: Persephone & The Pomegranate Seeds
2 September 2019 at 12.30pm & 3.30pm
The Handlebards Present: ‘Much Ado About Nothing’
8 September 2019 at 7:00pm
18 September 2019 at 7.00pm