The house and garden will welcome visitors as part of its annual charity days, which will take place on 28, 29 and 30 May. The Royal Collection Trust has confirmed that the proceeds of these open days will support three charities - the National Garden Scheme, the British Heart Foundation and the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society.
Frogmore House is located in Home Park near Windsor Castle. It has a special significance to Prince Harry and Meghan, who have reportedly already moved into their new home at nearby Frogmore Cottage ahead of the birth of their first child, due in the coming weeks. As well as being the site of their wedding reception, the couple's engagement portraits were also taken in the grounds of the estate.
The house was first built in 1680 by Charles II's architect for his nephew. Its peculiar name refers to the frogs which have always lived in the marshy area, according to the Royal Family's website.
Previous royal residents include Queen Charlotte, who used the property as a country retreat after she purchased the lease in 1792, and Queen Victoria's mother, the Duchess of Kent, who lived there for 20 years. Although it is no longer a occupied by royalty, Frogmore House is frequently used by the family today for private entertaining.
The interiors inside are said to reflect Queen Charlotte and her daughters' passions for art and botany, which is highlighted in a room decorated with garlands of flowers. Works by the Duchess of Kent and her daughter Victoria are also on display. The stunning 35-acre garden is another highlight, offering views of Queen Victoria's Tea House and the 18th-century lake.
Tickets for the garden can be bought in advance from the charities involved. The house will be open on the day, and a limited number of timed tickets will be available to purchase once in the garden. If you plan to make a day of it, it's worth noting that visitors are welcome to bring their own picnics. And if you miss out on tickets in May, Frogmore is also open to pre-booked groups of 15 people or more during August only.
For more information on entry fees when the house is open, visit the Royal Collection's website.
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