Our fantastic Jacobean Manor House is equipped with modern amenities and special accessibility features as outlined below.

Getting inside

Entrance to the House is via the front gates on Boston Manor Road or the café terrace.

Level access to the House is via the café terrace entrance, which faces the Park side. Wheelchair users and people on mobility scooters or with pushchairs and buggies can access the café terrace using the ramp.


To book blue badge parking, please email Once booked, on the day of your visit House staff will meet you at the site barrier upon arrival and guide you to the accessible parking spaces.

Modern amenities

The accessible toilet and baby changing facilities are located by the café area on the ground floor.

Thanks to our National Lottery Heritage Fund project, all floors of the house are accessible via lift. There is level access on each floor with ample space to manoeuvre between displays. The lift and level access ensure that the historic rooms can be enjoyed by everyone.

Folding chairs are available from the Dining Room on the ground floor and the State Drawing Room on the first floor. You can take advantage of window sill seats in the Ante Room and State Drawing Room on the first floor, as well as the chairs and sofa in the State Drawing Room.


Assistance dogs are welcome at the house. Our café staff will be happy to provide drinking water for your dog.

If a visitor requires an accompanying personal assistant, the personal assistant will be admitted to paying events free of charge. Please contact us on to arrange a personal assistant ticket or just let us know if you are buying a ticket from reception.

Accessing this website

This website has been built with the aim to be accessible as possible to all people. This includes tools to adapt the way you can experience the website.