The House and Earl’s Garden will re-open for the Summer season on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday each week between April and the end of September 2022 from 11 am to 4.30 pm (last admissions at 4 pm).
The House and Earl’s Garden have now reopened although due to the current Covid-19 situation we have limited capacity so visits are currently on a guided tour basis at :- 11.30am-12.30pm, 12.30pm-1.30pm, 2.00pm-3.00pm and 3.00pm-4.00pm.
House Admission Tickets
- Adults: £9.00
- Concessions: £7.00
- Children: £5.00
- Family: £17.00 & £22.00
Please note the House and Earl’s Garden are NOT open to the public on a Friday or Saturday. Admission charges apply. When planning your visit, please ring the House to confirm opening hours as occasionally it may be closed during these times for a special event.
Guided tours for pre-booked groups: Available throughout the year (Monday – Thursday) the House and Earl’s Garden can be privately booked for groups to be led through the House to hear the amazing stories linked to the unique and astonishing Mount Edgcumbe collection.
Minimum price applies (£150)
£10 per head over 15 people (maximum group size 55 persons)
During the winter months the Barrow Centre shops, galleries and cafe remain open to the public. Please check for individual opening times.
The Country Park is open to the public free of charge every day of the year from 8am-8pm in the summer and 8am-6pm in winter. Dogs are welcome but must be under control at all times. Bicycles are also welcome and an all-weather multi-use track runs around the Park
Free toilets are provided and maintained at Cremyll, the Orangery, Dry Walk car park, Barrow Centre and Rame Head car park.
Additional information for disabled visitors
There is disabled car park on the drive way to the House – follow the signs from the main park entrance. Special access is available to the House, please telephone in advance for advice. Accessible toilets are located at the Orangery Restaurant, Dry Walk , Barrow Centre and Rame car parks as well as in the House.
There is a passenger lift within the house that allows those with walking difficulties to reach the first floor which includes the access to the exhibition rooms