Harvington Hall
Harvington Hall
Harvington Hall

Frequently Asked Questions

If you cannot find the answer to your question in the list below please do not hesitate to contact us on 01562 777846, or email harvingtonhall@rcaob.org.uk

Can I have a tour of the Hall without booking?  
Pre-booking isn't required, however, we can't guarantee access as we do have a limit on how many people can visit per day.    

Can we look around the house without a guided tour? 
Yes, we have now introduced three free-flow access times to the Hall. These are at 12:30 and 13:00 (Please note these can still be booked online)   

Can I still visit the gardens without booking? 
Yes, we have taken the decision to keep our grounds open free of charge, however this does not apply to event days. Please check our what’s on page before planning your visit.  

Can I visit the grounds without going into the Hall? 

Can I bring my dog? 
Access is given to assistance and therapy dogs only due to the compact and enclosed nature of the grounds, as well as the welfare of our resident ducks.  

Do I have to pay for parking? 
No, parking is free for visitors using the Hall and gardens. We also have a number of disabled parking spaces at the front on the Hall.

Is there disabled access in the house? 
Yes, access via the front bridge is accessible, however the surface is uneven. Wheelchair access is only limited to the ground floor as there are no lifts. The upper floors are uneven so extra care must be taken. Please take this into consideration when booking a house tour. For those with disabilities, the buttery does have a small display to look at and we have a virtual tour on the website free of charge.

Is there disabled access into the grounds? 
Yes, access is via the south bridge. The path to the bridge is closely mown and is slightly uneven. 

Are there toilets in the grounds? 
Yes, we have both men’s and ladies and two disabled toilets. All toilets are regularly cleaned and sanitized.   

Are there baby changing facilities? 
Yes, our baby changing facility is in our courtyard. Please ask a member of staff or volunteer to direct you.  

Is there seating in the grounds? 
Yes, we provide benches as well as picnic benches/tables and chairs. Please note these are limited, and you are permitted to bring your own chairs if you wish.  

Are refreshments available? 
Yes, refreshments are available from the Malthouse during opening hours.  

How do I become a volunteer? 
Please see our “Volunteers" section 

How do I make a donation?
Please see our “Donate” section 

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