Important Booking Information 19/07/21 - To book a guided tour please click the 'Guided Tour Tickets' button below. Our grounds and coffee shop are open for free, booking no longer required. We request that all visitors wear a face mask when inside the Hall.

Harvington Hall
 

Hall and Gardens are now open for 2021

We are thrilled to announce that Harvington Hall is now open for pre-booked guided tours.

To book a guided tour please book via our online booking system, alternatively call us on 01562 777846

Due to the easing of Covid restrictions, the grounds are open free of charge and booking is no longer required. Our Malt House coffee shop is open Wednesday to Sunday. If you want to book a table in the Malt House please contact them directly. Book a table 

Please note that for 2021 we are not permitting free access to Historic House members, and the grounds are only open for free on non-event days.

For events, please check our ‘WHAT’S ON’ page, Facebook and Twitter for details.

Should you have any queries call us on 01562 777846. 

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The Malt House Café

The Sticky Fig Catering Co. have partnered with Harvington Hall to bring you The Malt House Café 

Taking its name from its historical use, The Malt House is an Elizabethan building that has been sympathetically converted into a small coffee shop, serving artisan coffee, sandwiches and homemade cakes from a bakery counter.

The Malt House menu has been carefully designed to use seasonal produce from local suppliers, to create simple yet comforting food.

Tom Court, owner of The Sticky Fig Catering Co. has said, ‘We hope to create a trusted, local coffee shop that champions British food and suppliers." 

Find out more about The Malt House HERE

Forthcoming Events

8th August 10.00am till 3.00pm

Think BIG support Small Market

Harvington Hall is holding its first small business market.
Come and support small and local businesses, have a coffee and something to eat in our Malt House coffee shop and book a guided tour of the Hall to make a day out.

28th / 29th August 5.30pm till 8.00pm

"Divorced, Beheaded, Died: An Audience with King Henry VIII"

NEW DATE ADDED! 

King Henry VIII's Royal Progress arrives at Harvington Hall 

'The year is 1544 and King Henry, the Eighth of that name, is engaged upon Royal Progress about his Realm; and has halted here to afford his Loyal Subjects the opportunity to have 'audience' with their Sovereign Lord and King.

 

29th / 30th August 10.30am till 4.00pm

Fire, Sword and Surgery

A new event in the Harvington calendar! Fire, Sword and Surgery event whereby the Harvington reenactors demonstrate and tell tales of times gone by.

Our 17th century surgeon will tell you about how he treats the wounded of the English Civil War, anything from musket ball wounds to sword lacerations. Get a chance to see the instruments used and terrible methods to treat his patients.

25th September 11.00am till 4.00pm

Tudor Legacies – The Queens of Henry VIII

We are excited to announce the arrival of Henry VIII and his Six Wives to Harvington Hall.

Come and enjoy the tranquil surroundings and immerse yourself in courtly life, meet Henry and his wives, see them in all their finery as they walk the grounds answering questions and telling tales of what it was like to be married to our most infamous King.

26th September 11.00am till 4.00pm

The Legacy Continues - The King is Dead!

The King is dead!
The rule of infamous King Henry VIII has come to an end with his demise in 1547 but the House of Tudor is set to continue. From one royal court of scheming, scandals and beheadings to the next, the reign of Edward VI through to Elizabeth I offer further compelling intrigue into England's Royal Tudor history.

29th / 30th October (Evening)

Manor by Moonlight

The year is 1602 and the ageing Queen Elizabeth I has been on the throne for over 40 years, the English Catholics have lived in terror the past 20 years and are hopeful for more peaceful times ahead.

Join the Packingtons of Harvington and their friends by candlelight and discover the dangers ahead of them, on this theatrical tour that brings the fascinating and perilous history of the Hall to life.

10th / 11th December (Evening)

Candlelight Tour

See Harvington like never before! Our most highly anticipated event of the year, the candlelight tour allows you to be transported back to the heart of Elizabethan England.

Enjoy a glass of mulled wine in the Great Kitchen before your costumed guide takes you through the rooms and passages under candlelight, telling you tales whilst discovering the Hall’s secret hiding places.

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