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Godmersham Park Heritage Centre holds information and artifacts relating to the parishes of Godmersham and Crundale,

as well as the Godmersham Park Estate.  A small exhibition hall documents the history of the two villages and Godmersham Park

Godmersham Park House was built in 1732  and was once the home of Edward Knight, brother to the novelist Jane Austen.  The Heritage Centre provides information on its interesting past.

Our team...

Trustees

Fiona Sunley

Ben Palmer

Margaret Smyth

Greg Ellis

Rebecca Lilley

Jeremy Robson

Administrator

Claire Farrar

Charity No 1123575

Godmersham Park Heritage Centre

The Granary

Godmersham Park

Godmersham

Kent

01227 732272

07395 800987

godmershamheritage@gmail.com

The House is not open to the public.  However, tours of the Heritage Centre, St Lawrence the Martyr Church and Godmersham Park Gardens are available for groups of 6 or more via our booking system for £10 per person. 

 

The Heritage Centre and St Lawrence the Martyr Church also offer a tour on the second Thursday of each month.  Please see our booking page for details.

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Visit us

Godmersham  Park Heritage Centre holds information and memrobelia from the parishes of Godmersham and Crundale as well as Godmersham Park's links with Jane Austen.

The Heritage Centre is open on
Mondays & Thursdays
09.00  - 13.00
Last admission is at 12.30



 
We ask that visitors pay an entrance fee of £3 per person 
 

Support us

Your kind donations help maintain the Heritage Centre. 

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