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Polesden Lacey National Trust

Type:Historic House / Palace

Great Bookham
Nr Dorking
Surrey
RH5 6BD

Tel: 01372 452048

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A view of the East front of Polesden Lacey, Surrey, on an early summer's morning viewed from the South East.
Copyright National Trust - Images/Nick Me

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Guide Prices

House and Gardens
Gift Aid/ Standard
Adult £15.40/ £14.00
Child £7.70/ £7.00
Family £38.50/ £35.00
1 adult, 2 children £23.10/ £21.00

Child Tickets:
Please note that child tickets are for those aged between 5 and 17 years. Under 5s can visit for free free.

Parking:
Members park for free. Please scan your membership card on the car park machine. Non-members: £2 up to and including 2 hours, £5 all day.

You can explore the wider estate directly from the car park

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From Junction 9 of the M25: follow the A243 (signed A24 Epsom, Dorking and Leatherhead), before picking up the A24 and then the A246 (following the brown signs, but taking care not to take a hard right onto the B2033 Reigate Road). Don't miss the brown sign as you enter Great Bookham, indicating the left turn up to Polesden. From Guildford: Follow the A246, past East Clandon and East Horsley. Don't miss the brown sign as you enter Great Bookham, indicating the right turn up to Polesden.

Parking: 200 yards from entrance. National Trust members park for free. Car parking charges are £2 for up to 2 hours, £5 for a full day.

SatNav: Please use the postcode KT23 4PZ when travelling to Polesden Lacey instead of our address postcode, which has been known to confuse and mislead satnavs.

 

Public Transport Directions

By train
Boxhill & Westhumble 3 miles; Bookham 2.7 miles, Dorking 4 miles, Leatherhead 4 miles. There are taxi ranks at Dorking and Leatherhead stations.

Opening Times

Please visit the website for more detailed opening time information (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)

* Dates and times may be subject to change. Please visit the website before your visit the property for up-to-date opening times.

The gardens, estate, shop, and cafe at Polesden Lacey are open all year. The house is open weekends on in the winter months. Visit the website for more detailed opening time information.

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