When are Houghton Lodge Gardens open?
Occasionally some areas of the garden may be closed for an event, (usually Saturday afternoons). When this occurs the tearoom and other parts of the garden will still be available to the public. To compensate our visitors for this inconvenience we halve the garden entry price.
Is there disabled access?
The topography of the site means that it is generally accessible however several areas are regrettably not suitable for wheelchairs and mobility scooters. There are gravel paths (particularly in the walled garden) and some hills, however, for further details please refer to our access statement.
View our access statement here.
What are the admissions?
- Adults – £6.50
- Children – 3 years plus £3.00
- Children – under the age of 3 – free
There is plenty of free car parking at Houghton Lodge Gardens.
Toilets are available onsite.
A few items of selected gift ware are available to purchase from our shop.
Food & Drink
We have tea rooms where you can purchase food and drink. Further information can be found by clicking here. You are welcome to drop in and enjoy refreshments at without purchasing an entry into the gardens.
Dogs are welcome on short leads. Please can you take dog deposits home with you. Houghton is a family home and we do not want to put up litter bins as it makes it too commercial. We hope you understand.
Houghton Lodge is a member of the following:
RHS Partner Garden 2017:
RHS members (who have an asterix on their card) free entry Monday – Thursday.
Not at weekends or bank holidays.
How To Find Us
Houghton Lodge is in the heart of the Test Valley, only an hour and a half from Central London, a simple and usually fast journey straight down the M3 and the A30. We are five minutes from the local town of Stockbridge. Follow the signs to Houghton Lodge Gardens. Winchester and Andover are our nearest mainline stations (to/from London, Waterloo).