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Discover something new
There’s more to see at Berrington Hall, so whether you are a first time visitor or have been before, plan a visit soon.
The hall is one of the few masterpieces of the famous architect Henry Holland to survive intact. As well as exploring the family rooms and walking in the servants' footsteps, you can now view a varied collection of Georgian costumes shown throughout the year. To coincide with these exhibitions the house is now open from 11am each day.
Afterwards don’t miss taking a walk through one of ‘Capability’ Brown’s final landscapes on one of our three way-marked estate walks and relax by the lake or in the gardens.
Younger visitors have their own trail around the house and can run off some energy in the park or have a go at building their own den in our woodland play area.
Even when it’s wet… The house is full of stories and plenty to see below stairs. Visit the Servants’ Hall Tea-room and enjoy simple, home-cooked seasonal food made using fresh produce from our walled garden.
Created as the perfect house in the perfect setting, Berrington has many secrets to uncover.
Did you know the Georgian's loved cricket? 'Capability' Brown even made flat areas for them in his parks. Every day during the holidays there is a special family trail so take part to find out more about us and cricket in the 18th Century.
Get your walking shoes on, bring the dog and come and enjoy some of our wonderful walks through Herefordshire countryside. We have three waymarked paths over the 'Capability' Brown parkland and the tea room offers refreshment when you're done.
Grab your 50 things scrapbook and head to Berrington to build a den, hunt for bugs, make a trail with sticks, climb a tree or make a daisy chain. If you haven't started yet or don't have your scrapbook there is not a moment to loose before the holidays.
Join our rangers on Monday afternoon's in August for our Lake Dipping sessions. Visit our 16 acre lake and catch a few dragonflies, damselflies and discover what else may be lurking in the water. It's one of your 50 things to do too.
Come and see how the Georgians made, stored, displayed and ate ice-cream using authentic cooking techniques and equipment. You could try it yourself or take our trail around the garden.
Serving the gentry
1 and 2 August
The Mannered Mob return for a weekend of servant life. See cooks, parlour maids and below stairs butlers and lady's maids and find out about how they lived and worked during the 18th-century.
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