900 years of history

Haddon Hall

"The most perfect home to survive from the middle ages." Simon Jenkins

Brimming with history and stories of old, a remarkable tapestry collection; an early English furniture collection reputed to be the best of its kind in England; and stunning Elizabethan Walled Gardens, Haddon is one of the most significant and oldest heritage destinations in the country.

The Gatehouse Artisan Pop-up will showcase the work of some of the wonderful artisans and makers who take part in Haddon Hall's Mercatum events.  Call in to see them at work and discover the inspiration behind their creativity and invention.


Opening Times 2024

Haddon Hall, Gardens and Restaurant

Car Park & Ticket Office: 10:00 am-3:30 pm
Hall & Gardens: 10:30 am-4:30 pm (last entry at 3:30 pm)
Mondays: Free guided tours of the Highlights of the Hall
Restaurant: Situated in the 17th C stable block serving a wide range of fresh, seasonal dishes from coffee time treats to fine dining including light lunches. Open from 10:00 am-4:30 pm

Due to the age and nature of Haddon Hall access for visitors with restricted mobility, including wheelchair users, is very challenging. Please contact the Estate Office for more details on 01629 812855.

Dogs are not allowed due to the sensitive ecology and wildlife.

Please pop down to Reception to purchase your discounted entry ticket to Haddon Hall and Gardens.



Haddon Hall and its gardens play host to an exciting schedule of events throughout the year, including lovely Mercatum Markets, guided walks through the Medieval Parkland and a lively programme of Sunday musical performances. The Hall has a spectacular Christmas Market during November and December.

Events are priced separately and not included in the entry fee. Visit the website below for more details

The Peacock at Rowsley
The nearby estate hotel offers delicious lunches in the atmospheric bar or treat yourself to a superb meal in the award winning, three AA star fine dining restaurant. Booking advised. thepeacockatrowsley.com