Frequently Asked Questions
We are open most Sundays and Mondays from March through until October. For more information surrounding our dates and times, please click here.
Please let us know in advance if you are bringing any disabled guests, by contacting the Ticket Office on 01243 755055.
Goodwood always welcomes visitors and guests with disabilities. The House is fully accessible for wheelchair users, with ramp access available at the Front Entrance. All rooms open to the public are situated on the ground floor and there are no stairs to negotiate. An accessible lavatory is also available in the State Apartments.
Information sheets are available in every room to provide details on works of art where labels are inaccessible to wheelchair users. These are also available to visitors in large print on request.
Disabled visitors driving themselves are welcome to park their vehicles on either side of the turning circle at the front of the House; alternatively, if they are not driving they may be dropped off and then collected at the Front Door.
We have a hearing loop available on request for visitors on guided tours at no charge, but this should also be booked in advance.
So we can accomodate these, please let us know in advance if you have any dietary requests or allergens by contacting the Ticket Office on 01243 755055.
We can credit your account so you can re-book for a later date.
Please allow 48 hours to cancel your booking, if you can no longer attend.
We are running at a reduced capacity and a new table layout which allows for social distancing in between tables.
We ask that all guests wear a face covering at all times. unless seated at a table.
Please follow the one way directions when moving around the house and follow social distancing at all times.
Hand sanitiser is available for you to use.
Coaches: Coaches can drive up to the front of the House to drop guests off. Please then ask your driver to park in the Ballroom car park (the large car park on the left just after you drive past the House).
Cars: Please park in the Ballroom car park (mentioned above). Disabled visitors driving themselves are welcome to park their vehicles on either side of the turning circle at the front of the House; alternatively, if they are not driving they may be dropped off and then collected at the Front Door.
3.50pm is the last entry to Goodwood House.
When booking your Afternoon Tea and Tour, you will be prompted to select your time slot - this time slot is your afternoon tea time.
Afternoon tea is followed by a tour of the State apartments. Please follow the directional sigange and we ask that visitors wear a face covering at all times.
All visitors to Goodwood House must be pre-booked either online or through our Ticket office.
The guided tour will last approximately 60 minutes.
Please allow at least an hour for your afternoon tea. You can take your afternoon tea before or after your tour time.
|TEA & TOUR ADMISSION CHARGES
|Children (under 12s)
|GUIDED TOUR ADMISSION CHARGES
|Children (under 12s)
|GROUPS TOUR ADMISSION CHARGES
|Open Day Morning (Sunday or Monday)
*Pre-booked groups of 20 plus people, price per person.
Gift vouchers are available for both Afternoon Tea and Tour, or simply a Guided Tour of Goodwood House.
To redeem your voucher, booking must be made in advance, prior to arrival. Please book by contacting the Ticket Office on 01243 755055.
Please note we do not allow dogs, except for assistance dogs.
If you would like to book accommodation at The Goodwood Hotel please contact our Hotel Reservations Team on 01243 775537.
We do not have a shop at Goodwood House however, it is possible to buy postcards, guide books and the Glorious Goodwood biography from the front desk (subject to availability).
Please speak to the Ticket Office
For further information