House Tours & Grounds
Gosford House - Interior
Inside, the building exceeds the expectations raised by its elegant exterior. The Marble Hall, in the south wing, is arguably the most arresting of its many fine features. It was completed in 1891 by William Young for the tenth Earl of Wemyss and rises to a height of three storeys, with a magnificent double staircase leading to a surrounding picture gallery. The elaborate fireplace, alabaster colonnades and ornate plasterwork reflect the strong Italianate taste of the tenth Earl, while the Palladian screen of Venetian windows are reminiscent of Adam's original designs.
The Remaining Public Open Days for 2016 are as follows:
Thursday 15th September
Sunday 18th September
There is no requirement to book in advance unless groups are of 8 or more.
The Main Gates & House open at 1pm the first tours starts at approx.
1.15/30pm dependant on numbers - the last tour is at 3.30pm.
Each tour costs £6 and lasts approximately 45 minutes.
Please note the main gates to Gosford close promptly at 4.45pm. All vehicles should be off site by then.
Visitors are asked to note the following requests
- NO photographs are allowed to be taken inside the house
- NO bags are allowed into the house. There is a cloakroom for bags.
Though we would advise you leave them in your car.
Please Note: The house has very limited disabled access and part of the tour
requires climbing stairs.
For groups of 8 and above please call or e-mail to notify us in advance.
We are only able to accept Cash or Cheque payments at the door. Visitors to the grounds, are kindly reminded to keep their dogs on a lead at all times and respect the privacy of the private dwelling houses in and around the estate. We thank you in advance for your co-operation and understanding.
For further information on Public Open Days or Day/Annual walking permits for the Grounds, please e-mail