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Notice: From Monday 9 February the Barnyard is being re-surfaced with a solid, more hardwearing surface. The first stage of this is a layer of Asphalt, which needs to set - but this won't be the finished appearance. At the beginning of March the top layer will be put on—a resin bound mix of gravel and sand, with a red-brown colour. All the facilities will be open as usual and we thank you for your patience whilst this work is being carried out.

A place to come back to

Baddesley Clinton was the home of the Ferrers family for 500 years.

Much of the house you see today was built by Henry Ferrers, a lawyer, diarist and antiquarian, in the late 1500s.

The house was a sanctuary not only for the Ferrers family, but also for persecuted Catholics who were hidden from priest hunters in its secret hiding places during the 1590s.

- Start your visit with an introductory talk at the front of the house (last entrance to the house is 4.30pm) to find out more about the fascinating and unexpected stories Baddesley Clinton has to offer.

- Finish by enjoying the delightful menu in the Barn Restaurant or find something to remember your day with, in our gift shop.

Come back soon...We're open all year, except 24 and 25 December, so pop back to see the changing seasons in the gardens, or for one of our events.

The house

We’re open all year, except 24 and 25 December

We used to close the house during the winter months and carry out a deep clean from top to bottom.

Now, we're open 363 days a year and clean whilst remaining open - the entrance hall, great hall and library are being cleaned in February.

The garden

Take a stroll through our gardens

Come and stroll around the gardens at Baddesley Clinton - from the walled garden to the vegetable patch and beyond.

We're now hiring - could you be our next Assistant Conservation & Engagement Manager? Apply here

What's on

Dressing up asTudors

A Tudor refuge - over the course of its 500 year history, Baddesley Clinton has provided refuge for those seeking to escape the outside world.

This year we take a closer look at their story - in February half-term the Moat Room changes to ‘Tudor Portraits’

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