Things to see & do

The house, garden and park

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Talks and tours

Discover more about the history of the family and the estate from our expert volunteers. Taster tours run from 11am - 1pm (tickets are limited). You can join garden tours most afternoons.

Harvest

Plums growing in the Walled Garden at Hanbury Hall © Philippa Slade

Enjoy freshly picked, organic produce either on sale in the walled garden or made into tasty treats in the tea-room.

Park walks

See autumn colours in our 400 acre parkland © Bob Sweet/National Trust

Get your boots on and take a walk in the parkland. Join our guided tours, or pick up a map and do it yourself.

Changing colours

Beautiful autumn colours in the garden © Bob Sweet

See how the colours change around the hall and gardens as the days shorten. Fiery leaves, yellowing sunshine and bright berries show Hanbury to its best.

Get outdoors

You can have a walk in the parkland, stroll through the gardens and get the kids letting off steam in the playground. Peek into the dark mushroom house or take a walk to the ice house.

Group visits

Groups are welcome to visit Hanbury. Please contact us for booking forms and to check availability. For groups of 15 and over, a discounted ticket price is available for non-National Trust members.

Stay longer

Enjoy the unique experience of staying in one of three holiday lodgings, two of which are in the house and one which sits in the grounds.

Hire Hanbury

We can accommodate intimate gatherings and big celebrations inside the Hall or in the grounds during the evenings. Get in touch to find out more.

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