Farnborough Hall

Important notice -

The gardens and Terrace Walk are open on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. Access on open days will be on a first come first served basis and therefore there may be a queue. The house remains closed.

Honey-coloured stone house with exquisite plasterwork and fine landscaped garden

Farnborough Hall

Things to see and do

View over parkland and trees to church steeple

Take the parkland views walk 

Download this 5.5 mile circular walk and enjoy the outstanding view of the local area, spot the churches with tall steeples, Farnborough's mile long garden terrace and take in the views of the Grade 1* listed parkland of Farnborough Hall.

A close up of a cow with their nose close to the camera

Look after yourself, and the countryside 

When you are enjoying Farnborough's green spaces, please be mindful of the cattle, and always keep your distance from them. If you have a dog, keep it on a lead at all times and give animals lots of space - even good dogs can cause stress to, or even chase, farm animals or wildlife. Find out more about the countryside code here.

Farnborough Hall

History

Farnborough Hall

Our work

Groups of people on the shore of the lake

Cascade phase 2 complete 

The cascade is now up and running. Once again the sounds of running water can be heard in this tranquil spot.

Trees and a stone folly tower line the wide grassy walkway

Restoring the Cascade - phase 2 

In 2016 we focused on the second phase of our ten year parkland restoration project on the Cascade in the garden of Farnborough Hall. This key feature was in need of some big repairs.

View over parkland to serpentine lake

Restoring Farnborough's Historic Parkland - phase 1 

We had ambitious restoration plans for the parkland at Farnborough Hall. Working in partnership with Natural England, we transformed the area. Read on here for what happened in phase one.