Plan Your Visit –
House and Gardens

Opening Times 2024

The gardens, house and tea-room are open from the 15th May until 25th September 2024. Tours take place every hour from 1.30pm. Tickets for the day’s tours are issued on a first come first served basis. Please ensure you arrive early, particularly on a Wednesday and if the weather is good, to avoid disappointment as later tours often get booked up quickly.

St James’s Church is open at the same time as the gardens and at other times by appointment only. The Church cannot be accessed on foot from Titsey Place and Gardens, and that you must drive around the estate via Water Lane/Bluehouse Lane, under the M25 and to Titsey Hill where there is limited road parking on Pilgrims Lane.

WednesdayTours at 1.30, 2.30 and 3.30pm1pm – 5pm12:00pm – 5pm
SaturdayTours at 1.30, 2.30 and 3.30pm1pm – 5pm12:00pm – 5pm
SundayCLOSED1pm – 5pm12:00pm – 5pm
Bank Holiday Monday:
27th May
28th August
Tours at 1.30, 2.30 and 3.30pm1pm – 5pm12:00pm – 5pm
*National Garden Scheme (NGS) Days for 2024: 26th May; 23rd June; 21st July; 18th August


House & Gardens£10.00 / £3 child under 16yrs
Gardens Only£7.50 / £2 child under 16yrs
HHA members enter free of charge but please bring your membership card with you.

On arrival at the ticket entry point there is a short walk to the front of the house itself where the tours start (approx. 10 minutes). Please leave plenty of time to ensure you are ready for the start of your tour slot, as late arrivals will not be permitted entry to the house.

Card payment requested for admission tickets and all other purchases onsite.

Group Tours

Group Tours are welcome to Titsey Place and Gardens on Wednesdays between mid-May to end of September. Tours will commence at 3.30pm.

Please call 07889 052461 for further details or email

General Information

Only guide dogs allowed in the house and gardens. All dogs are welcome on the Woodlands Walks and in the general picnic area near the visitors’ car park.

Disability Access

The gem of the gardens is the Victorian Walled Garden. Although this garden has well-formed gravel paths which can be accessed by a wheelchair in good weather, in the rain these can prove difficult to navigate. The house tour covers two floors and there are also steps between many of the rooms. It is therefore not suited to anyone with severe mobility problems. The Tea Room café has good disability access, accessible toilets and the disabled car park is situated immediately alongside.

Note – it is about 300m from the Tea Rooms café to Titsey Place (10min walk). For those less-abled please contact the office in advance ( to arrange for a wheelchair.

After touring the house and strolling through the gardens, visitors can enjoy a delicious Afternoon Tea in our Tea Rooms café