This is one of England’s finest Tudor manor houses, which is recognised for its outstanding architectural and historical importance. You will be fascinated with the stories about the bald-headed female ghost, royal mistresses and secret passages!
This building has been home to the Palmer family for 500 years and is filled with their collections of portraits, furniture and tapestries, which are a treat to the eye.
Dorney is not only world famous for the Olympic 2012 rowing, but more importantly as the site where the first UK grown pineapple was grown.
This stately home is Grade I listed and is located in mature parkland within view of Windsor Castle and a stone’s throw away from the River Thames. It is a timeless and idyllic escape for visitors.
• Disabled access to the Ground Floor
• Cafe at the Kitchen Garden on the Estate
• Free Parking
Open to the Public over the May Bank Holidays (Sundays and Mondays) and throughout all of August. During the rest of the year, we welcome Groups of visitors by appointment but please note that we have a minimum admission charge based on a Group size of 20.
Adults – £8.00
Children (under 10) – £5.00
Concession – £7.50
Photo Credits: © Dorney Court
For further information please visit: http://www.dorneycourt.co.uk