Yes, though sometimes the house is closed for specific functions including weddings and filming.
We are currently open for pre-booked guided tours on specified days so you do need to book in advance of visiting.
Is photography allowed inside Wentworth Woodhouse?
Yes, we allow internal and external photography but not for commercial use.
Is Wentworth Woodhouse a National Trust or English Heritage property?
No, we are owned by the Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust, although we receive much help and support from the National Trust, and in return we can offer National Trust Members (for England and Wales) a 50% discount on specified tours.
Is Wentworth Woodhouse accessible to wheelchair and mobility scooter users?
We have a disabled access ramp into the ground floor of the house. Our tours do visit upper floors. We are working with our partners to look at ways to bring greater accessibility, but this will take some time.
Is there parking on site?
Yes, we have free parking on site which is signposted and is approximately 300 yards from the house.
Is there a café / restaurant on site?
We currently have a Tea Room in the house (open on tour days), where you can buy tea/coffee, cake and biscuits, after one of your tours. However, our new café will be opening soon with lunches and afternoon teas available.
May we picnic in the grounds?
Yes, but please can you ensure that this is only on the grass opposite the parking area.
May I have my Wedding at Wentworth Woodhouse?
Yes, we are a popular wedding venue. Click here for more information.
Are dogs allowed at Wentworth Woodhouse?
Yes, only guide dogs are allowed on tours but there will be a dog friendly room in our new café opening soon. Dogs can be walked through the surrounding grounds, as long as they are kept on leads at all times.