Painshill is a ticketed garden.
Entry includes access to the landscape for one day to enjoy the 18th century grounds.
COVID-19 – Staying safe on your visit
For the safety and health of our visitors, staff and volunteers, Painshill is continuing to operate with some COVID-19 safety precautions.
We still require visitors to book in advance (you do not need to book in advance if you are an annual Painshill Member or have a Historic Houses card). Tickets can be booked at any time before you arrive. There are often spaces the day before or morning of your intended visit.
All proceeds from ticket admission go to the registered charity Painshill Park Trust and help protect and preserve the historic landscape for current and future generations. Thank you for supporting Painshill.
*Gift Aid Explained
Adding a 10% donation allows us to claim Gift Aid and makes your ticket price go further.
Current Offers and Memberships
Painshill Park Trust is an independent charity. Please note that National Trust, English Heritage and other membership cards do NOT give you entry to Painshill.
Alongside Painshill Membership, we are currently accepting the following membership/offer cards:
You do not need to book online with Historic Houses. Please come on any day and show your card at the Visitor Centre.
You can book online in advance with the Gardener’s World 2 for 1. It is not valid during our winter trail Snowsaurus.
You do not need to book online with Art Pass. Please come on any day and pay at the Visitor Centre.
Can’t find what you are looking for? Please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions.
Visiting more than once?
Why not become a Painshill member.
Things to See & Do
Painshill is an award-winning 18th century landscape garden where you are invited to walk around a work of art. Winding paths will take you on a journey to discover a living canvas with beautiful vistas and dramatically placed garden buildings. Stroll around the Serpentine Lake, wander through woodland and promenade past follies, including the Ruined Abbey, Gothic Temple and Turkish Tent.