Things to see & do
Discover these special spaces and places
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There are always seasonal garden trails to complete at Washington Old Hall. Or take the opportunity to discover a bit more about the Hall and the village on our Washington Easy Walk, which you can download below. Please note the audio trail is not currently available.
- The feeling of the past in the home of George Washington's ancestors
- Discover what it was like to live in the 1930s in the Tenement Room
- Admire the solid oak furniture of Tudor times
- Check out the collection of 'Washingtonabilia'
- Stroll through the pretty formal gardens scented with herbs and flower
- See the newly planted orchard, which will provide native apples
- Hear the birds in the Nuttery, and see them enjoying the new pond
- Enjoy tea and cake in the new accessible tea-room in the garden
In a Nutshell
Join us and many other conservation organisations on for a heritage and nature conservation open day. Find out more about conservation in the area and how you can join in. There will be lots of activities and demonstrations throughout the day including apple tasting, food foraging, nature investigations and guided walks.
On Your Doorstep
13 - 14 December
Enjoy this seasonal photography exhibition including views of the local area. Be inspired by the splendour of mother nature caught on camera by Karen and Mick Thurmanovich.
Why not begin this festive season at our frost fayre. Enjoy a festive array of gift stalls. Ideal if you are looking for something a little bit different for Christmas gifts. FREE ENTRY
Join in and learn the skill of "prodding" or "rag rugging" at a one day workshop. Rug artist Wendy Costello help you create a festive wreath for you to take home.