Cowdray will be open every Saturday and Sunday from 1st June to 1st September 2013 (excluding 21st July, the Veuve Clicquot Gold Cup Final). Opening times are 12pm to 4pm (last entry at 3pm).
Dogs are allowed inside the grounds but must be on a lead at all times. It is the owner’s responsibility to clear up after their dogs.
Picnics are welcome in the grounds on our picnic benches or on the grass in front of the building. Hot drinks and ice creams are on sale in the Visitor Centre. Midhurst and Easebourne have plenty of good pubs, cafes and restaurants. Every Cowdray visitor is given a special offer voucher for specific outlets.
- Adults – £6.50
- Over 60s/disabled/students – £5.50
- Children (5-16) – £3.75
- Family – £16.00 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
- Child under 5 – FREE
- Carer of disabled person – FREE
There are hand-held audio tour-guides (included in the entry price) to talk you round the building, setting the scene of the house’s glory days by taking you back to Tudor times. The three versions of the tour: General, Specialist and Childrens, ensure the narrative can be enjoyed by all.
How to get here
Free Parking for the first 2 hours of your visit is available in North Street car park in Midhurst, by the bus station. 20p per hour thereafter. Please note, this is a public car park. From the gate at the end of the car park, join the raised Causeway leading straight to Cowdray. Please Click here for Google maps of Cowdray, however please park in the public car park in North Street, Midhurst.
The nearest bus stop is conveniently situated next to the North Street car park, and then a short walk down the Causeway leads to the Ruins.
The nearest train stations are Haslemere or Chichester, which are 15 and 25 minutes away respectively.
For more public transport information click on Travelline to find your route.The Cowdray Heritage Trust is Heritage Lottery Funded