Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears' home in Aldeburgh offers a charming snapshot into the two men's lives. Lovingly preserved, the house and gardens are open for all to explore - book your visit today.

Admission fee includes Britten and Pears’ House, Library and Studio plus entry to this years exhibition.

On Thursday and Friday afternoons, enjoy Stories from the Archives. Each week a member of the team gives a 10-minute talk about an object in the Archive, revealing the fascinating stories behind it. Book your place at reception when you arrive.

Recent additions to the visit include a museum shop and The Red Hut garden café offering takeaway lunches and afternoon tea.

A wifi audio tour is available on arrival: please bring your own headphones and a mobile device to access this service.

If you’re a UK taxpayer, you could increase the value of every £1 you give to £1.25 by selecting a Gift Aid ticket, at no additional cost to you. More information about Gift Aid can be found here.


Opening hours

General admission
Thursday-Sunday, 11am-5pm*

*Last entry to the site at 4pm

The Red Hut Garden Café
Thursday-Sunday, 11am-4pm


Gardens
Included in admission and for café visitors


Book your tickets here

Please choose a date from the calendar below and select your entry time.