UNLIMITED ACCESS TO OVER 400 HISTORIC PLACES
Live and breathe the story of England at royal castles, historic gardens, forts & defences, world-famous prehistoric sites and many others.
Parking charges apply. Disabled bays available. Mobility service available on request. Parking free for members during visit. Free car parking is available on Hampstead Lane. Please note parking is available only for vehicles that can fit within a marked bay. The size of the bay is 4,66m x 2,35m.
Visitors can enjoy a tasty treat at the Brew House Cafe with a delicious selection of sandwiches, salads, baguettes or a mouth-watering roast dinner on Sundays. Or grab a light refreshment with a delectable pastry or sandwich at the Stewards Room.
There are three shops at Kenwood, selling a range of art history books, Kenwood art prints and postcards.
Visitors with dogs should familiarise themselves with Kenwood's Dog by-laws which are displayed by the service wing toilets. Dogs on leads are welcome in the parkland (Dogs may be off leads in the West Meadow only). Assistance dogs are welcome in the house.
The beautiful grounds around Kenwood and its café are open for visitors. Enjoy these extensive grounds, which feature a large parkland area, lake, woodland and kitchen garden.
There's plenty of space for children and families to relax, or let off steam. Kites welcome.
We offer hands-on award-winning Expert-Led Visits led by our education team, and free visits for learning groups where you can lead your own visit with the help of our free downloadable resources. See the School Visits page for more details.
To book your visit get in touch with our education bookings team by calling 0370 333 0606, emailing us, or filling out our online booking form.
Some traffic in the grounds (staff utility vehicles and deliveries). Please also note there are no left luggage facilities at Kenwood.
No photography in the house unless agreed in advance.
English Heritage welcomes all photographers to our sites and we hope you will share your pictures with us on Flickr and Facebook.
We do have some restrictions at certain locations, so if photography is your main reason for visiting, please call the site ahead of your visit to check if any parts of the site are restricted.
We are keen to promote the use of our sites to location managers. If you are interested please go to Filming Locations for more information and contacts.