Penshurst Place and Gardens

Historic family home and gardens once owned by Henry VIII
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The House, once the property of King Henry VIII, was left to his son King Edward VI and granted to Sir William Sidney in 1552. The Sidney family have been in continuous occupation for more than 460 years since, now it’s your house to enjoy as much as it is theirs.

Penshurst features include: a unique medieval Baron’s Hall, staterooms and walled Tudor gardens displaying colour and variety throughout the year.

For the kids a Large wooden Adventure Playground, Toy Museum and Woodland Trail. Time to take a break? Visit the Garden Restaurant, Porcupine Pantry for a delightful Lunch. To mark your memorable visit why not pick something up in their onsite gift shop. Events run all year round so theirs never a dull moment making Penshurst Place a great family day out.

The Sidney family hope you will find pleasure in visiting the 14th century Manor House and its Gardens. For more than 20 years, my wife Isobel and I have continued to care for the House, Garden and its contents, assisted by a small team of dedicated staff.

 

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