South East England
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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 93 reviews

Overall had a really enjoyable visit. Was disappointed that we couldn’t visit the room where Churchill was born. Make sure you keep your tickets handy as they check them frequently , even in the grounds. Lots of measures were taken to keep people safe. Have to wear masks at all times whilst in the building and that includes staff. Plenty of hand gel areas. No need to wear masks outside and the grounds are so vast , that you could always keep your distance. It is well worth a visit.

Really looked forward to visiting and did enjoy the visit. However, paid full price not much of the house open to the public. Swiss Cottage and museum closed, walk from the house to the beach closed (alternative available but not as nice). Gazelle House Cake Shop closed. Only beach cafe open (clean and welcoming). Victoria’s bathing machine under wraps (reading about it on a post is not the same). Value for money ? No.

Very enjoyable visit. Learnt a lot going round the palace, but would like to have been allowed to see more. Disappointed in cafe arrangement. Social spacing went to pot ! Also need more tables. Landscaping fantastic. Will return just to walk the grounds.

Very enjoyable tour round palace, well organised, especially in the present climate. Staff very welcoming and knowledgable. Thought the virtual reality look into the past was really good. Also enjoyed walking round the lake.

Unfortunately the formal gardens were not open as Tour Privee was on. There was no mention of this on the web site and it was disappointing not to see the beautiful gardens that are an important feature of the palace .