National Trust: Hanbury Hall
- Telephone 01527 821214
- Opening times Sat–Thu 11am–5pm. Limited opening hours in Nov & Dec.
- Website www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hanburyhall
A stunning early 18th-century house set in 20 acres of beautifully-restored formal gardens and 393 acres of park designed by George London. With shop, licensed tea-room, kiosk and a year round events programme.
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There are 16 events at this location
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Purchase fruit from the orchards and talk to experts, plus see crafts by Lizzie Knight.
Sat 4 Oct
Dressing The Dining Room Table
Find out how the table is dressed for different meals and learn more about the family silver.
Thu 19 Jun
Follow the trails to collect a chocolate reward and take part in make and take craft activities.
Fri 18 Apr
Sat 19 Apr
Sun 20 Apr
Family Activity Days: Mini Mammals
A themed trail around the garden followed by make and take activities.
Wed 16 Apr
Fathers' Day Falconry
See flying displays from a variety of birds of prey.
Sun 15 Jun
Flower Feast With The NGS
See displays of flowers inspired by 18th-century gardening traditions and learn more about how the National Gardens Scheme.
Sat 12 Jul
Halloween Family Activity Days
Follow the themed garden trail to collect a prize and take part in make and take activities.
Tue 28 Oct
Thu 30 Oct
A traditional village fete.
Heritage Open Day
Visit the hall for free and take part in a variety of events and activities.
Meet The Conservation Team
Have a look at items from the collection and find out how they are looked after.
Fri 9 May
Fri 13 Jun
Fri 11 Jul
Meet The Vernons
Meet a member of the family.
Sun 4 May
Tue 20 May
Sun 1 Jun
Find out about the creatures that live in and around the Mirror Pool.
Sat 7 Jun
Romeo And Juliet
- Written by: William Shakespeare
The all-male cast of the Lord Chamberlain's Men Theatre Company presents Shakespeare's romantic tragedy.
Mon 26 May
Tue 27 May
Wed 28 May
Teddy Bears' Picnic
Take part in themed events and activities.
Sun 29 Jun
A display and demonstration by the woodturners.