Visitor Information

Visitor Information

The House

Timed house tour tickets are purchased on the gate subject to availability.  For the safety and comfort of our visitors we can only take 25 people round the house at a time (every half-hour), so at busier times of the year there are not enough house tour tickets to satisfy demand.  Come early (1.45pm) to avoid disappointment! 

  • The house is open May to September inclusive
  • Thursdays, Fridays and Bank Holiday Mondays; 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm
  • Admisson: £10 (includes house tour and garden)
  • We regret no credit or debit cards accepted
  • Tea and cake served May to September
  • No children under 10 in the house without special permission.

The Garden

  • Sezincote Garden is open January to November
  • Thursdays, Fridays and Bank Holiday Mondays; 2pm to 6pm
  • Admission: £5 Adults, £1.50 Children
  • We regret no credit or debit cards accepted
  • No dogs except Guide Dogs

Garden Hazards

Please be advised that the garden contains the normal hazards you would expect of a ravine garden with a stream and pools.  There are steep banks that become slippery when wet, unfenced pool sides, stepping stones, and uneven stone slab bridges over the stream.  Please exercise caution, especially in wet weather.


We are happy to accommodate groups (minimum of 25) out of normal opening hours, if it is possible to find a mutually convenient time and date. There is in such a case a £10 group supplement for the garden only, and £30 for house and garden, to cover costs of opening up especially for you.

Disabled Visitors

Much of the garden is on a slope with steep banks, gravel paths and irregular stone bridges that make it difficult for wheelchairs and those with walking difficulties.  Enough of the garden however can be accessed to make a satisfactory visit.  The upstairs portion of the house tour is also regrettably inaccessible to those in wheelchairs and those who cannot climb stairs.  In such cases the house guide will give you some books and photograph albums to browse in the dining room while the rest of the group is upstairs. Please contact us for full information for disabled visitors.

 How to Find Us

 GPS can be confusing, bringing you to the farm entrance. Our front entrance is on the A44 just outside Moreton-in-Marsh, opposite Batsford Arboretum.