Events

A thousand fancies

Come and see Pride and Prejudice costumes  © Moviestore collection/REX

Come and see Pride and Prejudice costumes

Daily from 1 July to 1 November

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.  Costumes worn by Kate Winslet, Gwyneth Paltrow, Colin Firth and Billie Piper amongst others are on show in the mansion over this period.

Normal admission fees apply.

 

Summer holiday fun

Young visitors playing house in their woodland den © Elaine Hodgson

Young visitors playing house in their woodland den

Daily during school holidays

Every day you can take part in our 'Anyone for cricket' summer trail; learning about how much the Georgians loved their cricket. Go for a walk in the woods and build a den or enjoy a game of cricket. Look out for our special events such as the Lake dipping on Monday afternoons in August where the ranger will show you some of the wildlife living in the lake. Just scroll down to find out more.

A Thousand Fancies - To dye for

A finely embroidered jacket © NT/E.Jones

A finely embroidered jacket

 1 July to 31 August daily

As part of our year-long celebration of Georgian costume we are displaying in the mansion fashions and textiles which bring colour to the era. The brightest costumes from the Charles Paget Wade collection and Hereford Museum and Resource Learning Centre will be on show demonstrating how important colour was to the fashions of the day both in the textiles and decoration.

Normal admission fees apply.

 

Heritage open day

Berrington Hall. © Rupert Truman

Berrington Hall.

Saturday 12 September 10am to 4pm

Come and visit Berrington for free on our Heritage open day.  There will be no charge for entry to see our Georgian mansion designed by Henry Holland, or the 'Capability' Brown parkland; the gardens or our various costume displays as part of our Thousand Fancies exhibition.  So whether it's your first time or you have been before, there is plenty to see and do.  It's the day to bring the family and enjoy all that Berrington has to offer. 

'50 things to do'

Come and play Pooh sticks at the bridge over the lake © NT/John Millar

Come and play Pooh sticks at the bridge over the lake

Daily until 1 November

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
 

Great British walks

Come for a walk through the woods at Berrington © NT

Come for a walk through the woods at Berrington

Pop your walking boots on and join us for a Great British walk around Berrington's 456 acres of farmland, parkland, woods, lake and gardens. So come and walk around some of our 'Capability' Brown designed parkland or through the woods. We have 3 way-marked paths; bring the dog, bring a picnic and enjoy the beautiful Herefordshire countryside this autumn.

Normal admission fees apply.

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