Important Booking Information 04/11/21 - Harvington is only open Saturdays/Sundays until the 19th December. To book a guided tour please click on the button below. Our Gardens and Coffee Shop are open free of charge. Please note the Hall is only open for guided tours only and not free flow. we request that all visitors wear a face mask when inside the Hall. 

Harvington Hall
 

Hall and Gardens are open weekends until Dec 19th

We are thrilled to announce that we have extended our opening until Sunday 19th December. 

The Hall, garden and Coffee Shop are open weekends only during the winter period, to book a guided tour please book via our online booking system, alternatively call us on 01562 777846

Our Garden and Coffee Shop remain free entry, If you wanted to Book a table please contact the Malt House Coffee Shop.

Our 2022 events list will be on sale soon!

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

Should you have any queries call us on 01562 777846. 

Harvington Hall
Harvington Hall

The Malt House Coffee Shop

In 2021 The Sticky Fig Catering Co. partnered with Harvington Hall to bring you The Malt House Coffee Shop

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 December (Evening)

Candlelight Tour SOLD OUT!

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.

 

9th December (Evening)

Candlelight Tour SOLD OUT!

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.

 

10th / 11th December (Evening)

Candlelight Tour SOLD OUT!

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.

15th December 7.00pm till 9.00pm

The Tudor Christmas Songbook - SOLD OUT!

Experience Christmas through the ears of the Tudors.

Join Jay Britton, the voice of The Tudor Songbook, and lutenist Toby Carr for an evening of Christmas music. 

 

18th December 3.00pm till 5.30pm

The Gloucester Waites at Christmas

The Waites of Gloucester recreate the town band that played for the Mayor and citizens of Gloucester in the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I. Generally playing music from the 1500s and 1600s. 

Sat 26th February 10.00am till 4.00pm

Harvington Living House

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.

Sun 27th February 10.00am till 4.00pm

Harvington Living House

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.

Sun 27th March 10.00am till 4.00pm

Mothering Sunday - Elizabethan Living History

Travel back to Elizabethan this Mother's day at Harvington Hall

Experience life as it was for the Elizabethans, living in what would have been one of Worcestershire's grandest houses! 

The Hall's fires will be roaring, musicians playing and the dancers dancing in the Great Chamber.

Sun 17th April 10.00am till 4.30pm

Easter Medieval Merriment

Come and join us at Harvington Hall for Medieval revelry this Easter Bank Holiday weekend!

The Hall will be filled with Medieval music and dancing, talented re-enactors will demonstrate the arts of archery, sword-fighting and cookery in the Middle
Ages, and log fires will be roaring in the Great Kitchen.

Sat 9th July 5.30pm till 8.00pm

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

Back by popular demand for 2022!

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.

 

Sun 10th July 5.30pm till 8.00pm

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

Back by popular demand for 2022!

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.

 

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