Stansted Park

Stansted House

Stansted Park, in the South Downs National Park, is a beautiful Edwardian 'Upstairs-Downstairs' house with an ancient private chapel. Set in the middle of a forest, with spectacular views south over the Solent, enjoy walks through the arboretum and picnics in the grounds.

A special venue for weddings and parties, groups and schools, all year round.

The state rooms are furnished as if the 10th Earl of Bessborough was still at home, and the amazing servants quarters are jam packed with old fashioned things to see.

With family friendly events, an amazing maze, light railway and beautiful surroundings, there's lots to see and do.

Free parking, picnic area, tea room, farm shop and garden centre always open.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

Upstairs Downstairs Stansted House and Chapel open Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays April-May. Open Sundays to Wednesdays - June, July, August and September 1-5pm.
Stansted Maze open weekends and school holidays 11 - 4pm

Admission charges

House admission £7/£3.50
Maze admission £3/£2
There is a charge for the Light Railway

Getting there

Follow Brown Heritage Signs from A27 (Havant exit) or A3M J2 (Emsworth exit)

Additional info

If you have mobility problems please contact us in advance of your visit on 02392 41 2265 to make the most of your time here and to arrange parking access.

Collection details

Social History

Getting there

Follow Brown Heritage Signs from A27 (Havant exit) or A3M J2 (Emsworth exit)

Stansted Park
Standsted Park Foundation
Rowlands Castle




02392 412265

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