Access at Boscobel House and The Royal Oak
Access information for the site is listed below. For more information, or if you have particular access needs, please contact us before you visit. Please note that some facilities may require booking in advance.
You don’t need to book your visit in advance, but you will always get the best price and guaranteed entry by booking online ahead of your visit. The prices shown here include an online discount. The admission price will be higher if you choose to pay on the day you visit.
You can book your advance ticket online up to 8.45am on the day you want to visit. Then, subject to availability, there will be walk up tickets available.
You are booking a day ticket and can arrive at any time within our opening hours, and stay for as long as you like.
Some of our sites can get very busy, especially on Bank Holidays. Our busiest times are between 11am and 2pm, so if you prefer to visit at a quieter time you may wish to visit outside of these hours.
Your booking is for the site/event only and does not guarantee a car parking space, which may carry an additional charge.
If you are a Member and wish to book, your ticket will still be free. Please remember to bring your English Heritage membership card with you. Members are able to book tickets for those included in the membership only. Any additional bookings made will be chargeable on site.
Please note last entry to the house is 4pm and both the house and tearoom close half an hour before the rest of the site.Book your visit
Mobility / Older Visitors
Accessible ToiletsAdult Changing AreaHandrailsEasy-use CutleryAssistance Dogs WelcomeWheelchair LoanSite FoldersDog Bowl and ToiletingDog bowl next to visitor centre.Wheelchair AccessLimited wheelchair access via the shop or side gate. Assistance required. No wheelchair access to house and exhibition. Virtual tour available in shop. Please call site in advance for more information.Disabled ParkingNo separately designated parking bays.OnSite TransportNoLift AccessNoneSeating And RestpointsSeating available within the grounds and gardens.Pathways Surface And GradientsSections of historic cobbles may be difficult for those with limited mobility.
Blind / Visually Impaired
Accessible ToiletsHandrailsAssistance Dogs WelcomeBraille GuidesBraille SignageTorchesSensory ExperiencesLavender and santolina growing in knot gardens, apple and pear trees in the gardens.Dog Bowl and ToiletingDog bowl next to visitor centre.Handling ObjectsNoneAudio ToursNoSite ToursGuided tours are available. This tour is included in the admissions price and covers not only the history of this fully restored and refurbished lodge, but also the important part that the house and the tree subsequently named the 'Royal Oak'.Tactile ModelsNoColour ContrastsNoLarge PrintNo
Deaf / Hard of Hearing
Assistance Dogs WelcomeVibrating Fire AlarmsTour TranscriptsFilm SubtitlesBSL ToursAudio Installation TranscriptsDog Bowl and ToiletingDog bowl next to visitor centre.Induction LoopsLocated in the shop.
Accessible ToiletsAdult Changing AreaEasy-use CutlerySensory ExperiencesLavender and santolina growing in knot gardens, apple and pear trees in the gardens.Handling ObjectsNoneBasic Language Audio ToursNoEasy Read MaterialNoLarge Print MaterialNo
Culinary / Dietary
Easy-use CutleryBottle / Food WarmingHigh Chairs
Health And Safety
Deep WaterLarge deep pond by car park, at entrance to the site.Uneven GroundCobbled farmyard surface.