‘Stratfield Saye is a low and not very large house but warm and comfortable with a good deal of room in it’. Queen Victoria’s Journal 1845
View the fascinating collection of paintings and furniture and see the wonderful Wellington Exhibition featuring his magnificent funeral carriage and charting his military and political life.
Stratfield Saye House is Currently Closed.
It is with regret that, due to the Coronavirus, Stratfield Saye House will not be opening to the public for Easter 2021. We apologise for any disappointment. We continue to follow Government guidelines and will keep the opening of the House under constant review. We hope it will not be too long before we can welcome you all again.
Stratfield saye house and grounds
When Stratfield Saye House is open, access to Stratfield Saye House is by guided tour only. Typically the house opens for dates in April and in August only.
Due to Coronavirus, we will not be opening to the public for Easter 2021. We hope to confirm soon whether our August opening is to go ahead.
Typical opening times are:
Monday to Friday – gates open at 11.30am with tours from 12noon.
Weekends and Bank Holidays – gates open at 10.30am with tours from 11am.
*Please note that last admissions are at 3.30pm and the grounds close at 5pm.
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It is not possible to pre-book tours of Stratfield Saye House, so arrive early to avoid disappointment.
(Advance Bookings only)
Subject to availability, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and some Thursdays.
Please telephone 01256 882694.
Group admission price
Please note, the minimum admission fee for opening the House to groups is £400.
Apsley House, the 1st Duke’s London home, re-opened to the public on 1st August 2020.