Visit, Enjoy, Learn

Visitors great & small

As Southwick unravels more and more of its timeless beauty, we're excited to share it with you.
From nature trails through the woodland to time-travels more focused on culture or architecture, we'd love to organise a visit for you.
Whether you're a school group, club, a family tribe, or simply love seeing history 'come alive' – we'll be delighted to guide you through our rooms and collections and leave you to enjoy the grounds.

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Please note that Southwick Hall is still closed to the public as we prepare to reopen at the earliest.
Private Guided Tours are available by arrangement.

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Accessibility & Refreshments

Inclusivity comes as second nature here and we're proud to welcome you all and be as accessible as possible.
When a proverbial staircase from the Middle Ages is just too much of a challenge (for anyone!), we'll always make up for it: Southwick's never short of nooks, crannies and mysteries.
Our private Guided Tours generally include a hot drink and biscuits – or bring your own picnic for that Déjeuner sur l'herbe!

These are clearly marked when we're open.
Disabled Parking: on the grass to the left of the main drive.
From here you can either come through the iron gate into the grounds behind the house; or take the path to the church along the walled garden.

Disabled Loo:
in the inner courtyard.
Wheelchair access to this is through the archway on the East of the building, which you'd reach by following the drive anticlockwise from where you've parked.
(Sorry! – But you're welcome to drive as far as the archway if it helps.)

Disabled Entrance to Hall: through main double doors into medieval Crypt.
The upper floor is simply not viable for anyone with mobility issues. The same applies to the medieval spiral staircase, while the internal Georgian staircase is less challenging.

If we can, we will also tailor your visit.
We think you’ll love Southwick and its warm atmosphere.

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