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Parking charges apply to non-members. Parking free for members. 76 car parking spaces including three disabled spaces. Disabled visitors may be set down outside the entrance by prior arrangement.
Visitors can enjoy a tasty treat from our newly refurbished café. The café will be open 7.30am – 6pm with indoor and outdoor seating available. We will be introducing an enhanced menu including soups, hot sandwiches and salads on 17 May 2021. Our outdoor seating has a designated area for dogs to enjoy, please note that dogs on leads are allowed at our outdoor seating area on the café green and at the hatch when ordering. We also have a dedicated indoor seating area at the café for visitors with dogs on leads. Please pay attention to signage at the café. There will be additional safety measures in place to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable visit.
There is currently no shop in Marble Hill House as the main house is closed for conservation work.
Male, female toilets and accessible toilets are temporarily located in the car park. Baby changing facilities are available.
Currently, dogs are allowed off leads in most areas of the park under close supervision.
We have a designated area for dogs in our café but dogs must be on leads in and around the café at all times. The fenced children's area is a dog-free zone but assistance dogs are welcome. Please note our new dog policy has now been introduced, find out more here.
Marble Hill House is set in 65 acres of parkland containing historic features such as an ice house and grotto, both built in the early 18th century.
The park is suitable for sports such as cricket, rugby and football - please contact the Ranger on 0782 568 0709 for more information about available facilities.
Occasional family activities in the park. Please call for details.
Photography is not allowed inside Marble Hill House. Gardens open at dawn and close at dusk. The area next to the café has a shallow slope.
English Heritage welcomes amateur photographers to our sites and we hope you will share your pictures of your visit with us on social media.
If you are looking to use one of our sites for commercial, corporate or professional photography or as a filming location, please contact our filming team as soon as possible to check availability and acquire the relevant permissions and paperwork.
Due to the delicate nature of our sites, English Heritage does not permit drone flying from or over sites in our care, except by contractors or partners undertaking flights for a specific purpose, who satisfy stringent CAA criteria, have the correct insurances and permissions, and are operating under controlled conditions.