Visitor InfoThe team at Jane Austen's House are delighted to be able to welcome you to explore this special place. It was in this pretty Hampshire cottage that Jane Austen revised, wrote and had published all six of her treasured novels. Today you can step back in time to 1816 and follow in Jane's footsteps as she composed her books and created her timeless characters, exploring her home, discovering her belongings and wandering in the beautiful cottage garden.
In order to welcome visitors back safely, all tickets must be pre-booked. There is one timed entry slot per hour between 10am and 4pm and tickets are released for booking each month. You can book your tickets up until 10am on the day you plan to visit.
You are required to wear a face covering (we have disposable face masks available if you forget yours) and we have put in place a range of measures to help you feel safe and comfortable during your visit.
Please note: all tickets must be pre-booked, including annual pass holders.
- Adults: £9.00
- Seniors: £8.00
- Young People (17 – 26): £7.00
- Disabled (carer free): £4.50
- NHS workers: £4.50
- Job Seekers: £4.50
- Children (6-16, under 6s free): £4.50
- Families (2 adults and up to 3 children): £22.00
- Families (1 adult and up to 3 children): £15.00
- Art Fund Members: £4.50
Due to new government guidance, we are unable to allow any groups with more than six people (including children) into the museum.
Unfortunately, due to social distancing measures, we are not currently able to offer free garden admission.
Annual ticket holders must present their ticket on arrival along with a form of ID. Concessions: we may request evidence of eligibility for our concessionary rates.
Please arrive in good time for your timed slot. Last entry for each slot will be 15 minutes after entry time.
Check our dedicated page for families to discover everything on offer at Jane Austen’s House.
Jane Austen’s House is a historic property with low doorways and uneven surfaces underfoot. The ground floor and outbuildings are fully accessible and we have an accessible WC with baby changing facilities. Unfortunately, the upstairs of the main house is currently only accessible by climbing a historic wooden staircase.
Assistance dogs are welcome throughout the House.