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Jane Austen's House


50% off entry

Jane Austen lived in this house from 1809 until her death in 1817, during which time she wrote most of her novels.

The building is now a museum containing many items associated with her and her family. There is also a garden with period plant varieties and a learning centre with interactive exhibits.

Permanent collection

The museum is host to a range of objects from Austen's life: manuscripts, prints and drawings, furniture, household objects, costume and books. The recently restored Austen's kitchen is also open to the public.

Jane Austen's House

Winchester Road, Chawton, Hampshire, GU34 1SD

01420 83262


Opening times

Wednesday - Sunday 10am-4.30pm.

Jane Austen's House will also be open on Bank Holiday Mondays.

Please book a timed entry slot.

- Pre-booked timed tickets only to ensure limited numbers on site
- Restricted numbers in the main house at any one time
- Enhanced one-way system
- Visitors required to wear face coverings (disposable face masks available)
- 2-metre social distancing policy
- Hand sanitiser stations
- Thorough and frequent cleaning procedures
- Personal protective equipment for staff
- Contactless payment in the gift shop

With a National Art Pass you get

50% off entry
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