Claremont Landscape Garden - National Trust

Claremont Landscape Garden - National Trust
Portsmouth Road
KT10 9JG

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01372 467806


01372 476420

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A lake lined with trees in the early morning, with mist floating over the landscape
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The Garden was the Pleasure Grounds for Dukes, Duchesses, Princesses, Kings and Queens that lived in the Mansion. Now it is a 49 acre, 18th century landscape Garden offering peace and tranquillity in safe surroundings together with a level pathway around the serpentine lake and a unique turf amphitheatre. Visit Claremont and experience its beautiful and often surprising features, including the Belvedere Tower, Camellia Terrace, ‘wild’ animal statues and grotto.

Venue Type:

Heritage site, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

Please check the National Trust website before visiting.

Admission charges

£6.40, child £3.20, family £16.00. £1 tea-room voucher given if arriving by public transport (please present valid ticket). No coaches on Sun or BHols.

Guided tours for booked groups (min. 15) £1 extra per person. Unbooked tours 1st and 3rd Sat, 2nd Wed and last Sun of each month from April to Oct, 2pm at entrance kiosk.


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Jacobite Re-Enactment Weekend

  • 16 — 17 May 2015 10:30am-4:30pm

See 18th century Jacobite soldiers and the Red Coat army, their costumes, muskets and army camps. Learn more about the events of the period from the re-enactors and watch the displays throughout the weekend.

An entertaining insight into the 1745 Jacobite uprising against the Duke of Newcastle. Politically a powerful man as Secretary of State and living at Claremont, he was responsible for rallying all the southern militias and regular forces of Britain in response to the Jacobite rebellion. With an 18th century camp, demonstrations of army drills, life and skirmishes.

Suitable for

  • Family friendly


Normal Admission Charges Apply