plan your visit
Entry to the museum is free but we do appreciate a small donation.
The museum is usually open weekends only between 12 - 4pm from 1st May to 30th September and 12-2pm from 1st to 31 October.
The Palace Grounds are open daily from 10-6pm April to September, 10-4pm October to March. To arrange out of hours visits please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Palace car park is a short, level, walk to the museum with a gravel path. For wheelchair visitors and those with decreased mobility it is only the ground floor of the building that is accessible. Access to the first floor is via a wooden staircase. The Palace grounds are uneven, but most of them are wheelchair accessible.
Unfortunately we do not have toilet facilities at the museum - the nearest WC is in the Basingwell Street car park (300m). Sorry, we do not have a café either, but the town has many delicious cafes, bars and restaurants just over the road - click here for more information. We have a small number of cards and books on Bishop’s Waltham on sale within the museum.
Dogs with well trained owners are welcome.
Parking at the Palace is free, the entrance to the car park is off the B2177. Please note: The car park and the Palace grounds will be locked outside of opening hours.
Parking is also available in the town car parks at Basingwell Street (short stay) and Lower Lane (long stay), both pay and display. There is also unrestricted on-street car parking on Station Road, next to the Palace. Click here for more information on parking locally.
We welcome group visits by special arrangement. Past visitors have included WI, Guide, Scout and Beaver groups, history associations, U3A, home education groups and conference attendees.
Please contact us to arrange your visit at: email@example.com
Getting to Bishop's Waltham