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The Vyne

Vyne Road
Sherborne St John
United Kingdom
RG24 9HL
Tel:  01256 883858
Fax:  01256 881720
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Disabled Access
Baby Changing
Free Parking
Gift Shop
Home Cooked Food
Wedding Ceremonies


Originally built as a great Tudor 'power house', The Vyne was visited by King Henry VIII on at least three occasions and later became a family home, cherished by the Chute family for more than 350 years. Dramatic improvements and changes over the centuries have made The Vyne a fascinating microcosm of changing fads and fashions. The house is filled with an eclectic mix of fine furniture, portraits, textiles and sculpture. The attractive gardens and grounds feature an ornamental lake, delightful woodlands and flourishing wetlands, a haven for wildlife and waterfowl which can be observed from the bird hide.

Don't miss

 Discover 500 years of history in one family home.
 Stroll through the tranquil grounds and gardens.
 Don't miss the Tudor chapel visited by Henry VIII.

Making the most of your day

Free children's activities. Waymarked woodland walks. Changing displays within house. Exciting garden projects and tours. Comprehensive events programme runs throughout the year. Dogs: welcome in car park and woodlands. Assistance dogs only in house and gardens.

House, gardens, shop and restaurant open Good Friday and Bank Holiday Mondays, 11 to 5. House: please note, no handrail on the 18th-century staircase, therefore access to first floor can be restrictive. Low light levels to be expected on overcast days. Also note: areas of house and gardens may be closed from November to early March for essential conservation work; reduced entry fees apply during winter. Last admission 30 minutes before closing.
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