Frogmore House Will Be Open to The Public in May—Here’s How to Get Tickets

Fingers crossed Prince Harry is in attendance.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are one of the most famous couples in existence today—if that wasn't already obvious. If you're a royal fanatic and interested in all things that have to do with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (and their soon-to-be baby), listen up: The famous Frogmore House, which is not to be confused with their new residence at Frogmore Cottage, will be open to the public for just three days in May.

The royal couple took their iconic engagement photos throughout this property, so superfans should be prepared for some seriously romantic vibes, along with rich history. Frogmore House sits on 35 acres that are filled with trees and lush gardens, all on an 18th-century lakefront. The property is often used by the Royal Family as a place for entertaining and special events. The lush gardens were mostly created by Queen Charlotte in the 1790s, who had more than 4,000 trees and shrubs added to the landscape.


There's a very special reason the house is only open to the public for three days a year: Each day's ticket sales will benefit a different charity in England, according to the Royal Collection Trust. On May 28, the ticket proceeds will go directly to National Garden Scheme, May 29 will benefit the British Heart Foundation, and the proceeds from May 30 will go to the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society. You can purchase a day's ticket directly on each of the charity's websites.

Guided garden history tour tickets will be available for purchase, and pre-booking these tours is recommended. Light refreshments will be available for purchase in the garden, and you're welcome to have a picnic there. Just probably not a boozy one, so leave your Margarita totes at home, okay?

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