After 3 years of renovation, Broadlands House once again opened its doors to the public on 25 June 2012.

The house is viewed by a tour and also the lawn area down to the River Test is open to the public. A longer tour that encompasses an extra room is available for the first 10 days the house is open.

The house is associated with two men who have played an important part in British history. The house was the country residence of the Victorian Prime Minister, Lord Palmerston and the home of Lord Louis Mountbatten.

Royal connections to the house go back many years, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip spent the first part of their honeymoon at Broadlands and Prince Charles and Princess Diana also spent part of their honeymoon here.
Last week in June to the first week in September
Monday to Friday from 1pm to 5.30pm (last admission 4pm).
Free entry for accompanied children under 5
Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 9ZD
Tel:01794 505022
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Broadlands is best known as the former home of the late Lord Louis Mountbatten
(1900 – 1979)
Drivers should leave the M27 motorway at Junction 3 if approaching from the East, or Junction 2 if approaching from the West, and follow the signs to Broadlands. Entrance to the Broadlands estate is via a roundabout on the A3090 Romsey bypass.
Parking on site
Should you require disabled parking, please call 01794 505022 outside of our open season or 01794 505058 whilst we are open.
Broadlands, Romsey
Broadlands, Romsey