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Livability Open Day at Frogmore House and Garden
Thu 8 June 2017, 10:00 – 17:30 BST
Livability is delighted to be able to offer a unique opportunity for our supporters to attend the Open Day at Frogmore House and Garden on Thursday 8th June. All proceeds from this day will be donated to the work of Livability.
About Frogmore House and Garden
The estate in which Frogmore House and Garden now lie first came into royal ownership in the 16th century, but for a long time it was held by a succession of Crown tenants. Since 1792 when it was bought by George III for his wife Queen Charlotte, the house has been occupied by members of the Royal Family. Although it is no longer a royal residence, Frogmore House is frequently used by the Royal Family for entertaining. It was used as the reception venue for the wedding of The Queen’s eldest grandson, Peter Phillips, to Autumn Kelly in May 2008.
Tickets are available in advance for entry to the Garden and there are also a very limited number of tickets available for guided tours of the Garden.
Garden Entry & Guided Tour - £9.50
Garden Entry only - £6.50 (children under 5 are free)
Guests will also be able to purchase tickets for tours of the House on the day (£7 for adults/ £6 for over 60s and students/ £5 for children aged 5-16).
Guests are welcome to bring their own refreshments and light refreshments will also be available for purchase on the day.
Wheelchair accessibility but there are gravel paths.
Please note that the Mausoleum will not be open to the public in 2017. Last entry is at 4pm.