Events

A thousand fancies

Billie Piper in her wedding dress from Mansfield Park © Rex Images

Billie Piper in her wedding dress from Mansfield Park

Daily from 14 February to 30 June

Berrington Hall is showcasing a series of costume exhibitions against the backdrop of its beautiful Georgian interiors. Costumes displays from the Charles Paget Wade collection and original film costumes from Sense and Sensibility, Mansfield Park and Pride and Prejudice will be display during the year; starting with Sense and Sensibility starring Emma Thompson, Hugh Grant, Kate Winslet  and Mansfield Park with Billie Piper from 14th February.

Cadbury Easter egg trails

Come on one of our Easter egg hunts over the holidays © NT

Come on one of our Easter egg hunts over the holidays

Friday 3 to Monday 6 April 10am to 4pm

Join in with our traditional Easter fun over the holiday weekend and become an 'Eggsplorer'.  Follow the clues of our Georgian game trail in and around the gardens at Berrington and find all the clues to collect your Cadbury chocolate Egghead at the end. Whatever happens on the way we're sure you'll have fun but you'll have to keep your eye's peeled.  Trails cost £2.

'50 things to do'

Have fun at Berrington whatever the weather © NT/David Levenson

Have fun at Berrington whatever the weather

Does it feel like ages since you explored the great outdoors?  Well guess what, the feeling's mutual. Nature misses you. But don't despair - now's the perfect time to do something about it.

We've put together a list of '50 things to do before you're 11¾'. We want to encourage kids to get mucky, discover their wild side and get closer to nature. Come to Berrington and climb a tree, build a den, fly a kite, hunt for bugs and many more.

Sign up for the 50 things challenge now
 

Dressing Mr Clark

Two costumes from the Wade collection sited at Berrington © Andreas von Einsiedel

Two costumes from the Wade collection sited at Berrington

Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 April, 11am to 3pm

To complement our ‘A thousand fancies’ exhibition, we're holding a weekend of demonstrations in the art of dressing a Regency gentleman.
Mr Clark will begin the session in a banyan and nightshirt, and be surrounded by the accoutrements of the Regency gentleman. As he dresses, he will explain about the manners and etiquettes of the Georgian gentleman. Two-person demonstration display inside the Hall.
 

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