Booking Information 14/06/22 - 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. 

Harvington Hall
 

Harvington Hall is now open for 2022

Harvington Hall has reopened its doors for 2022! 

The Hall, garden and Coffee Shop are open Wednesday to Sunday from February to October. To book a guided tour, or to walk around as freeflow, please book via our online booking system, alternatively call us on 01562 777846

Our Garden and Coffee Shop remain free entry (on non-event days), If you wanted to Book a table please contact the Malt House Coffee Shop.

Our 2022 events list is now on sale!

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

Should you have any queries call us on 01562 777846. 

Or email harvingtonhall@rcaob.org.uk 

Harvington Hall

Forthcoming Events

Sunday 3rd July 10am

Harvington Hall Classic Car – Run and Hides

In conjunction with the Black County Classic Car Club, we are arranging rally style Classic car run of about 50 miles, route directions will be given out on the day. Following the Run, we will congregate at Harvington Hall where will have cream tea or coffee and cake plus a guided tour of Harvington Hall. The price for the day is £15

Friday 1st / 8th / 15th / 22nd / 29th 8.45am till 9.45am

Yoga with Bic (July)

Relax and enjoy Yoga in the tranquil surroundings of Harvington Hall. 

Join Yoga instructor Bic for a morning of relaxation. 

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.

 

Sat 16th July 7.00pm till 9.00pm

The Crescent Theatre Presents - Lady Windermere's Fan

'I can resist everything except temptation.'

Lady Windermere has a happy marriage. Or, at least, that's what she believes, until one of London society's gossips, the Duchess of Berwick, arrives to voice her suspicions about an affair Lord Windermere appears to be having...

Sun 17th July 5.00pm till 7.00pm

The Crescent Theatre Presents - Lady Windermere's Fan

'I can resist everything except temptation.'

Lady Windermere has a happy marriage. Or, at least, that's what she believes, until one of London society's gossips, the Duchess of Berwick, arrives to voice her suspicions about an affair Lord Windermere appears to be having...

Saturday 23rd July 5.30pm till 8.00pm

The Tudor Songbook - Summer Concert

Experience history through the ears of the Tudors with The Tudor Songbook. Jay Britton will be bringing the beautiful gardens of Harvington Hall to life with the songs of Tudor England accompanied by Toby Carr on the Lute.

The concert will be performed in two halves and will showcase three stunning full Tudor costumes. Become a fly on the wall to one of the most infamous love stories in English history as you witness Anne Boleyn serenading Henry VIII (Phil Downing) with the music they both knew and loved as they hold court. Then indulge in Elizabethan songs, rich with sentiment, intrigue and hidden messages, with as much detail as the most luxurious tapestries.

Wednesday 3rd August 9.00am till 11.45am

Primary History Workshop - Stone Age (Ages 7 - 11)

Discover our origins with a journey back in time.


In a land where we hunted and gathered, crafted our own tools, honed our survival skills and
expressed our artistic talents.
Abandon modern technology and send your children back to prehistoric times. Will your kids
survive the Stone Age?

Friday 5th / 12th / 26th 8.45am till 9.45am

Yoga with Bic (August)

Relax and enjoy Yoga in the tranquil surroundings of Harvington Hall. 

Join Yoga instructor Bic for a morning of relaxation. 

Saturday 20th August 10am till 3.00pm

Think BIG support Small 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.

Sunday 28th August 10.00am till 4.00pm

History Through The Ages (Tickets on sale soon)

Join us for our largest reenactment of the year!

Travel through the centuries and discover life from Medieval times right through to World WarII.

A festival of history through the Ages! Starting with the battle of Agincourt, discover the lives and times through of the Wars of the Roses and Elizabethan England.

 

Monday 29th August 10.00am till 4.00pm

History Through The Ages (Tickets on sale soon)

Join us for our largest reenactment of the year!

Travel through the centuries and discover life from Medieval times right through to World WarII.

A festival of history through the Ages! Starting with the battle of Agincourt, discover the lives and times through of the Wars of the Roses and Elizabethan England.

Friday 2nd / 16th / 9th / 23rd 8.45am till 9.45am

Yoga with Bic (September)

Relax and enjoy Yoga in the tranquil surroundings of Harvington Hall. 

Join Yoga instructor Bic for a morning of relaxation. 

Friday 23rd September 7.00pm till 10.00pm

Murder Mystery Evening - The Curious Affair of the Shalimar Rubies

The Harvington Hall Murder Mystery Evening returns for 2022!

The year is 1880. Lord and Lady Chaddington have gathered friends and family to celebrate the engagement of their son and heir.

A happy occasion. Or is it?

Saturday 24th September

Murder Mystery Evening - The Curious Affair of the Shalimar Rubies

The year is 1880. Lord and Lady Chaddington have gathered friends and family to celebrate the engagement of their son and heir.

A happy occasion. Or is it?

Friday 30th September

Murder Mystery Evening - The Curious Affair of the Shalimar Rubies SOLD OUT!

The year is 1880. Lord and Lady Chaddington have gathered friends and family to celebrate the engagement of their son and heir.

A happy occasion. Or is it?

Friday 21st 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.

Saturday 22nd 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.

Saturday 29th October 10.00 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.

Sunday 30th October 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.

Saturday 5th November

The Gunpowder Plot - Coming Soon!

Join us for our first ever Gunpowder Plot event at Harvington Hall!

Details Coming Soon!

Friday 11th November

Manor by Moonlight Tickets on sale soon for this date!

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.

Saturday 12th November

Manor by Moonlight Tickets on sale soon for this date!

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.

Friday 2nd December (Evening)

Candlelight Tours

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.

 

Saturday 3rd 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.

 

Friday 16th December

Candlelight Tour Tickets on sale soon for this date!

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.

Saturday 17th December

Candlelight Tour Tickets on sale soon for this date!

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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