Visited by King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I, Cowdray was partially destroyed by fire in 1793.
Free parking for the first hour of your visit is available in North Street car park in Midhurst, by the bus station. There is a small hourly charge thereafter.
The sat nav postcode for the public car park is GU29 9DW.
Learn about the
With a history dating back to the early 1500's, Cowdray was in its heyday during the reign of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, both of whom visited and stayed at the house, with Henry VIII being a frequent visitor.Find out more
Access around the site is on uneven surfaces. There are steps and areas that are not level. We advise sensible footwear, and we reserve the right to prevent access to certain areas in bad weather or if there a risk to visitors.
An inspiring place for learning
The Tower Room
Viscountess Cowdray, an artist and sculptress herself, has overseen the refurbishment of the Tower Room into a magnificent Renaissance Art Studio. It is an amazing ancient hexagonal space, secreted away near the top of a romantic tower. Viscountess Cowdray is keen for others to share her passion for art.
The use of
Please note that drones, UAVs, model planes and helicopters are not permitted into, or allowed to be used in or over the Heritage site and environs.Find out more
A picturesque location for
Cowdray Heritage welcomes film crews to the Tudor Kitchen. The main area of the site is not currently available for filming. For any filming enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Find out more
Get in touch with us at