Home to the Dukes of Richmond and Gordon for more than 300 years, Goodwood House combines the grandeur of a stately English country estate with the warmth of a family home.
Paintings by Canaletto, Stubbs, Reynolds and Van Dyke hang above exquisite French and English furniture. A set of incredible Gobelins tapestries gifted by King Louis XV is also on display along with one of the finest collections of Sèvres porcelain in the world.
The best way to explore the house is with the expert help of our knowledgeable guides, who will take you through the State Apartments and the oldest parts of the House revealing interesting stories and some surprising facts behind the paintings and furniture, as well as tales of the Dukes of Richmond and their families, bringing this fascinating history to life. A delicious afternoon tea will then be served in the magnificent Ballroom.