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Frogmore House

Practical Information for visiting Frogmore House

West front of Frogmore House©

Frogmore House is currently closed to visitors.

Please note that the Royal Mausoleum is not open to visitors but the external areas are included as part of a tour.

A visit to Frogmore House typically lasts two hours. 

Security and Luggage

For safety and security reasons, a one-way system operates along the visitor route.

Security screening

On arrival, you and your belongings may be subject to security checks.

You may carry handbags and use pacemakers, hearing aids and other electrical or electronic equipment needed for health reasons. Please approach a Warden if you have any concerns or require assistance.

Restricted items

Some items, such as large items of baggage, backpacks, pen-knives and scissors will have to be checked in and reclaimed at the end of the visit. Other items may not be brought into the House at all. Download the list of prohibited items below and check before you visit.

Smoking, including e-cigarettes is not permitted.

Security and opening arrangements may be subject to change at short notice.

Photography, filming and mobile phones

Photography and filming including the use of wearable devices are not permitted inside the House.

Photography and filming for non-commercial purposes are encouraged within the grounds of Frogmore House. We love seeing your photos on Twitter and Instagram – tag us with your best shots!

In consideration of other visitors, mobile phones must be switched off inside Frogmore House.


Eating and drinking are not permitted inside Frogmore House. You will be asked to place drinks and food in closed bags before being admitted to the House.

On the three charity days, you are welcome to picnic within Frogmore Gardens.

Visiting with children

Pushchairs will need to be checked in and collected at the end of your visit.

Baby care facilities are available in the disabled toilets both in the car park and outside the House.



The toilets in the car park at the entrance to Home Park (located off the Long Walk) are at the very start of the visit; there are also full toilet facilities available outside the House. 


Frogmore House is largely accessible, with some restrictions. Concessionary rates are available if you have a disability and a companion is admitted free of charge.

The income from your ticket contributes directly to The Royal Collection Trust, a registered charity. The aims of The Royal Collection Trust are the care and conservation of the Royal Collection, and the promotion of access and enjoyment through exhibitions, publications, loans and educational activities.