Please note: This house does not offer free entry to Historic House members.
For alternative options please see other opening options.

Other opening

Overview

Ditchley Park is a Grade I-listed Palladian Mansion built in the 1720s to James Gibbs' design. It is richly decorated with the work of William Kent, Henry Flitcroft and well known Swiss-Italian stuccatori. The House is set in 300 acres of Grade II*-listed parkland owned by the Ditchley Foundation.


Opening
Opening

By appointment.

 

Appointment

By appointment. Call 01608 677346 or email info@ditchley.co.uk to arrange.

 

Find Us
Find us

Between Woodstock and Enstone, a mile to the west of the A44 and 4 miles north west of Blenheim Palace. Visitors arriving by public transport can take a train to Charlbury Station and then hire a taxi.

Parking

Car park on site

  • Free
Guests may park on the grass verge in front of the house but outside the circular drive enclosure.

Admission
Admission

£18 excl VAT per head for a tour with light refreshment (tea) scheduled by prior arrangement.

Please check the website for further information, admission times and details for our special events

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Weddings


Opening
Opening

By appointment.

 

Appointment

By appointment. Call 01608 677346 or email info@ditchley.co.uk to arrange.

 

Find Us
Find us

Between Woodstock and Enstone, a mile to the west of the A44 and 4 miles north west of Blenheim Palace. Visitors arriving by public transport can take a train to Charlbury Station and then hire a taxi.

Parking

Car park on site

  • Free
Guests may park on the grass verge in front of the house but outside the circular drive enclosure.

Admission
Admission

£18 excl VAT per head for a tour with light refreshment (tea) scheduled by prior arrangement.

Other opening