Carshalton Water Tower and Historic Garden Trust

Exterior shot of a historic building with large windows

The Water Tower is a unique Grade II-listed early 18th century garden building, sited in the grounds of Carshalton House in Surrey.

As the name suggests, this contained a water-powered pump, which supplied water to Carshalton House and the fountains in its garden. However, the building was and is much more than this as it contains a suite of rooms such as the Saloon, the Orangery and a splendid early 18th century bathroom with tile lined plunge bath.

The Historic Garden Trust includes the Hermitage and Folly Bridge.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home

Opening hours

During 2015, the Water Tower will be open on Sunday afternoons from 12 April onwards. 2:30 - 5pm

In addition to the Tower, The Hermitage is open on the first and third Sunday of
each month from April 19th to September.

Please note; maintenance / restoration works may sometimes limit public access.
Please see website for further information on any work which might be in progress.

Admission charges

Water Tower:
Adults: £1
Children: 25p

The Hermitage:
Adults: £1
Children: Free

Carshalton Water Tower and Historic Garden Trust
West Street



020 8669 1546

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