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Clandon Park House and garden

2014


Find a place... A treasure chest of collections


Palladian mansion set in intimate gardens Sumptuous 18th century interiors evoke a sense of how the politically powerful Onslow family lived in a place created to entertain and inspire awe. Hinemihi, the New Zealand Maori meeting house provides a fascinating insight into Maori cultural traditions.

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membership will be helping us to protect Clandon Park and other special places for future generations to enjoy.

To join, simply speak to one of our team during your visit or call 0844 800 1895 or visit our website www.nationaltrust.org.uk


A power house of a political history Designed to impress Step into the grand entrance hall of this English country house: the ancestral home to the politically renowned Onslow family. Discover the Gubbay collection of textiles, furniture and ceramics representing the finest in 18th century craftsmanship, and enjoy the chance to see two of the best collections of Meissen figures found anywhere. A gift from New Zealand Stroll through the family friendly gardens – children will love exploring Huia’s Dell with its secret seats tucked beneath the trees. Relax in the sunken Dutch garden, enjoy the display of daffodils in the spring and see Hinemihi, the only Maori meeting house in Great Britain.

“Step into the grand entrance hall of this English country house; the ancestral home to a great family.” Explore the undercroft Enjoy a refreshing break in the restaurant and browse the gift shop, set in the vaulted Servants’ Hall and the delightful Victorian kitchen. The Surrey Infantry Museum is also based here and provides a rich account of Surrey’s military history up to the present day. Clandon in World War I Discover Clandon Park’s role as one of the busiest auxiliary home hospitals in our newly opened World War I centenary commemorative space.


Events 2014 For a full list of events please visit www. nationaltrust.org.uk/clandon-park NAA Normal admission applies B

Booking essential

Attic tours Enjoy a behind-the-scenes look in Clandon’s attics. Tours take place on the second Sunday of every month. NAA + £2 per person. Clandon Discovered Every Wednesday from March until October, enjoy short talks about the little-known and more unusual stories of Clandon Park. With a different subject every week these talks take place between 1.30pm and 3.30pm and last up to 30 minutes. Check the website for a full listing of talks. NAA

March Sun 23, 11am-5pm National Gardens Scheme: Fields of Daffodils All garden admissions go to the National Gardens Scheme. NAA Sun 30, 12pm-4pm Mother’s day Join in our arts and craft activity and make a present for mum. NAA + £2 per child. Pony Magic Pony rides for children. + £2.50 per ride

April Fri 18 & Sat 19, 11am-4pm Easter Egg Trails Arts and crafts and Easter fun for all the family. Follow trails around the garden with a Cadbury’s chocolate egg at the end. NAA + £2.50 per child. Pony Magic Pony rides for children. + £2.50 per ride.

May Sun 4 & Mon 5, 11.30am–3pm Arts & Crafts Creative fun to keep the children amused over the bank holiday. NAA Mon 5, 12pm-4pm Pony Magic Pony rides for children. NAA + £2.50 per ride. Sun 18, 11.30am–3.30pm Te Mauri O Hinemihi A celebration of Maori culture focused on Hinemihi, the only Maori meeting house in the UK. Enjoy traditional performances throughout the day. NAA Mon 26, 12pm-4pm Pony Magic Pony rides for children. NAA + £2.50 per ride.

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June Sun 15, 11am-4pm Father’s Day Treat dad to a day at Clandon Park. Why not try your hand at Have a Go Archery and enjoy a roast lunch in the restaurant. NAA + £2 for 6 arrows

July Sun 27, 12am-4pm Pony Magic Pony rides for children. NAA + £2.50 per ride. Mon 28, 11.30am-3pm Making Mondays Children’s arts and crafts. NAA + £2 per child.

August Mon 4-Mon 25, 11.30am-3pm Making Mondays Children’s arts and crafts. NAA + £2 per child. Mon 4 & 18, 11am-4pm Have A Go Archery Discover the skills of archery under expert guidance from H&H Archery. NAA + £2 for 6 arrows. Suitable for ages 6+. Mon 11 & 25, 11am-4pm Pony Magic Pony rides for children. NAA + £2.50 per ride. Sun 24 & Mon 25, 11am-5pm Bank Holiday Weekend Sit back and listen to live music in the garden, or play giant games on the lawn. NAA

September Mon 1, 11.30am-3pm Making Mondays Children’s arts and craft and Pony Magic (£2.50 per ride). NAA + £2 per child.

Sun 14, 11am-5pm Heritage Open Day As part of Heritage Open Days enjoy free entry to Clandon Park. Pony Magic, 12pm-4pm Pony rides for children. + £2.50 per ride.

October Sun 26, Tue 28-Thu 30 & Sun 2 Nov, 11.30am-3pm Half-term Halloween Activities Enjoy a themed trail throughout the house plus arts and crafts for all the family. NAA + £2 per child.

November Sun 9, 12pm-3pm Remembrance Sunday Discover Clandon’s role as a military hospital during WW1. NAA

December Tues 2-Thu 4 & Sun 7, Tues 9-Thu 11 & Sun 14, 11am-3pm Clandon by Candlelight Please call or see the website for details. Tue 16 & Wed 17, 3pm-5pm & 8pm-10pm Carol Concerts Join the Oxford Singers as they herald the festive season in Clandon’s stunning Marble Hall. Includes refreshments at the interval. £15 adults, £7 child, £37 family (2 adults & up to 2 children). B Guildford TIC 01483 444334, book online www.visitguildford.com

visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/clandon-park


How to find us

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Guildford A246

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Clandon Park

Hatchlands Park

Clandon Park West Clandon, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7RQ Telephone 01483 222482 Email clandonpark@nationaltrust.org.uk

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/clandon-park Gift Aid Admission* House and gardens

Adult Child Family £10.20 £5 £25.40

*including a voluntary donation of at least 10%; visitors can, however, choose to pay the standard admission prices which are displayed at the property and at www.nationaltrust.org.uk

Opening times 2014 House, garden, museum, shop and restaurant* 2 Mar-6 Jul 10:30-5 7 Jul-1 Sep 10:30-5 2 Sep-2 Nov 10:30-5 Shop and restaurant 4 Nov-30 Nov 12-4 1 Dec-23 Dec** 12-4 Restaurant 1 Dec-23 Dec** 7-11 Surrey Infantry Museum† 4 Nov-18 Dec 12-4

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*House opens at 11. **December restaurant booking essential. †Museum open Mondays 1, 8, 15 December and by appointment on Sundays in November and December. Open Bank Holiday Mondays, Good Friday and Easter Saturday.

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