Booking Information 27/07/22 - To book a guided tour or to look around the Hall without a guide, please click on the button below. Please note free flow access is at 12.30pm and 1.00pm. Garden entry is free on non event days, please see our What's On page for event details. For Family Friendly Tours this summer, please see the 'What's on' Page 

Harvington Hall
 
Harvington Hall
Harvington Hall

A stunning Location

Harvington is a unique house and a rare survivor of the Elizabethan age, and its untouched beauty is the perfect location for TV and film. 

This is a house where time stands still, with its beautiful red brick building rising out of the 13th-century moat. Surrounded by fields and our resident ducks, Harvington is a romantic and picturesque location for pre-wedding or wedding shoots. 

The Hall you see today was predominantly built during the 1580s and is famous for having the largest series of priest hides in England. Harvington may be small in comparison to a large country estate, but its authenticity makes it stand out over any other location of its kind.  

We are happy to accommodate a recce or advise on the location, based on your brief prior to filming. 

Discover the house of Secrets

Availability & permissions

Due to the fabric of the building, there are usually charges for any filming and photo shoots. For more information on this please contact the Hall

The house and garden are available for filming outside of normal opening times. We may consider requests for filming during our opening times but this will be determined by the scale of filming required.  

The house and garden are available for filming outside of normal opening times. We may consider requests for filming during our opening times but this will be determined by the scale of filming required.  

The Hall has most recently been a filming location for

  • BBC - ‘Royal History’s Biggest Fibs’ with Lucy Worsley
  • BBC – 3 Episodes ‘Inside the Factory’ with Ruth Goodman
  • BBC – ‘Antiques Road Trip’
  • BBC – ‘Escape to the Country’
  • Channel 4 – ‘Phil Spencer’s History of Britain in 100 Houses’
  • Channel 5 – ‘The Spy Who Brought Down Mary Queen of Scots’
Harvington Hall
Harvington Hall

Insurance & drone policy

We require a minimum of £5m public liability insurance, a copy of which must be supplied prior to the commencement of filming or photography. We have strict insurer-led guidelines on lighting and fire watch requirements, which will be supplied before filming commences. We are happy to accommodate a recce or advise on the location, based on your brief prior to filming. 

Drones are strictly prohibited from flying around and over Harvington without permission.

Once permission has been granted, all operators must have the following: 

  • Official drone’s pilot license  
  • Evidence of valid insurance cover 
  • A flight plan outlining where flying is proposed 
  • A risk assessment for the proposed flight 
  • A method statement outlining the equipment to be used 

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