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Manderston, its buildings, park and gardens form an ensemble which is unique in Britain, Georgian in taste, but with all the elaborate planning for Edwardian convenience and comfort. Visitors will find much to enjoy including Britain's first privately-owned Biscuit Tin Museum.

Have a guided tour of the house in all its splendour, find out more about the history and architecture then enjoy and stroll around the gardens and parkland.

Snaffles tearoom at the stables serves snacks and teas on open days and also sells souvenirs. 

Opening Dates

House & Gardens Dates
Thursdays & Sundays From 7th May 2020 to 27th September 2020
Bank Holidays
late May and August

Opening Times

House
1.30 pm - 5 pm
Last entry 4.15 pm
Gardens
11.30 am - dusk
Snaffles Tea Room
11.30 am - 5 pm

Prices

 

House &Gardens

Gardens
only

Adults:

£12.50

£7.00

Group Concession: 
(min 15 people)

£12.00

£7.00

Children:

£7.00

£4.00

Children under 12:

Free

Free

Parking:

Free

Free

Card, cash and cheques accepted for payment.

Manderston is partially suitable for visitors with limited mobility. There is:

  • Accessible parking and/ or drop-off point at the Main Door.
  • Wheelchair access to the main floor of the house (no use of lifts within the house) and access to the gardens via gravel pathways and grass.
  • Accessible WC facility located in the Tearoom.

Please contact us in advance of your visit if you feel it would be useful to discuss specific access requirements.

Groups and Parties
Parties are welcome on any day of the year by prior appointment (min 15 people).

Picnics
Picnics are allowed in the grounds. 

Dogs
Manderston welcomes dogs in the gardens as long as they are kept on a lead.  Dogs are not allowed in the house or tearoom.

Manderston

Duns
Berwickshire
TD11 3PP
United Kingdom