Many English monarchs have enjoyed the splendour of Cobham Hall from Elizabeth I to Edward VIII, later the Duke of Windsor. Charles Dickens regularly walked through the grounds from his house in Higham to the Leather Bottle pub in Cobham village. In 1883 the Honourable Ivo Bligh, later the 8th Earl of Darnley, led the victorious English cricket team against Australia and brought home the “Ashes”” to Cobham Hall.
The House opens at 2pm and closes at 5pm; therefore last tour is at 4pm. The garden closes at 6pm. No booking required. Cream Teas are available from 2pm – 5pm.
Group tours should be booked in advance.
Adults £5.50, Concessions £4.50, Self-Guided Tour of Gardens £2.50.