Althorp House is the historic home of the Spencer family and where Diana, Princess of Wales grew up and is buried.
Her life is celebrated in the award-winning exhibition across six rooms, with many audio-visual displays. It includes her famous bridal gown, childhood letters and accounts of her charity work.
In the main house, Althorp has one of Europe's finest private collections of furniture, paintings, photographs and ceramics. There are 19 rooms in the House to explore, including some of the Spencer family's private apartments.
You can picnic in the grounds or visit Althorp's Café or shop. Free parking, including disabled parking is available for all visitors and is situated just outside the visitor entrance. Pets not admitted to the Park.
Accessibility: The visitor route is accessible by wheelchair with the exception of the first floor of the House. Carers accompanying visitors with disabilities are admitted free. Guide dogs are welcome and an audio tape is provided free of charge for blind and partially-sighted people.