National Trust Clandon - Picture by Andy Scott

Clandon Park

Nearly 300 years ago, Clandon Park was the fashionable place to be seen. The family seat of the politically prominent Onslows, the glittering Marble Hall in this Palladian Mansion was commissioned by the 2nd Lord Onslow to impress and entertain the names of the day.

Today the mansion houses the Gubbay collection of 18th century porcelain, tapestries and furniture. Although the wider estate is owned by the current Lord Onslow, you can enjoy the intimate gardens which are home to Hinemihi, the only Maori meeting house in the UK brought to Clandon by the 4th Earl of Onslow in 1892.

Opening Days/Times:

2 March – 2 November:

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday 11:00 – 17:30

Check website for winter opening.

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