Monday – Friday: 11:30am – 5pm
The home of wartime Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill and his family was actually bought by the National Trust and maintained on behalf of the nation, while Churchill and his wife Clementine were still living in it. Though the house is closed over the winter, the lovely kitchen garden and woodland remain open for visitors.
Explore the rooms decorated in 1930s style, with a library, study, living room and dining room. In the museum you can see the gifts that Churchill recieved. His bedroom is accessible by private tour only. Enjoy the seasonal colour of the gardens and views of the lake.