Things to see & do
The grand design on a small scale
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Saturday 13 and Saturday 27 September - 2.15pm and 3.15pm
Join our garden guide Alison for a informal tour of the garden. Discover the grand tour, parkland restoration plans and intended views and vistas, making up this exciting landscape. Walk expected to last 40-50 minutes. Normal admission applies - meet at the front door of the hall.
Step inside the honey-coloured stone walls, and discover the hidden treasures of Farnborough Hall, remaining largely unaltered since the 18th century. It is a personal collection containing exquisite sculptures, porcelain and artwork by Panini and Canaletto. Admire the grand staircase leading up to the library, with its 18th century skylight dome and wall decoration, all part of the grand design.
The secrets of Farnborough continue outside of the formal grounds.Take a wander around the parkland, a rare example of a ferme ornee, or cross the road to explore the woodland and ponds. Spot seasonal changes in wildlife, from trees to insects as you delve deeper into the past. Suitable for a leisurely stroll or dog walk, there is something for every interest all year round.