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 

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Harvington Living House

Sat 26th February 10.00am till 4.00pm

Humphrey Pakington invites you to see Harvington as a fully working Elizabethan House! 

Our reenactors will recreate a true living history, making you feel as though you have stepped back into Elizabethan England.

Feel the hustle and bustle of the Kitchen, with the cook in and the servants preparing for the arrival of Humphrey's guests.

Upstairs you will see the lady of the house and her maids, the Great Chamber will be a hive of activity with the musicians playing and Humphrey entertaining. 

The dance master may try and get you to learn the odd Elizabethan dance or two! 

On the upper floors the nursery will be set up with Tudor games and the chapel will be prepared for Mass. 

Speak with the Tudor Midwife and learn how the Tudors dealt with pregnancy and giving birth.

Harvington Living House will demonstrate how the Hall would have worked when the family were in residence. 

The day is timed entry but will work on a free flow basis, guides will be on hand in the rooms to talk about the Hall and its many secrets, including the priest hides!

A great day for all the family! 

Important information:

  • There will be no guided tours running this day.
  • The Hall is timed entry, please choose your arrival time when booking.
  • Tickets are non refundable or transferable, unless cancelled by Harvington Hall.
  • If you arrive early you may not be allowed access until your allotted time. If you arrive late you may not be allowed access until the next available slot.




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