It's Christmaaas! at Hanbury Hall
Party with us this Christmas at Hanbury Hall!
Come and join the party as Hanbury celebrates a very 70’s and 80's Christmas!
The tinsel is glowing, the laughter is flowing; the Babycham is popping, the Slade hits are dropping.
This Christmas, we are turning back the clock for a nostalgic trip to the late twentieth century.
Get a blast from the past as you explore the house dressed for the Christmas we all remember: a riot of colour, with bright lights, tacky baubles and tinsel galore!
Welcome to the party; come on in and join the fun.
The whole property is closed on Sunday 24 and Monday 25 December, and the House will be closed on Tuesday 26 December and Monday 1 January as well.
Festive family fun
Share in the fun with all the family as you discover Christmas as you remember it.
Stop by the Long Gallery and try your hand at vintage board games and activities or puzzle out the answers with the Garden trail.
Inside the house, discover your favourite must-have toys from Bagpuss to My Little Pony and see the sights and sounds of a very colourful Christmas.
Tasty Treats and Christmas Eats
Turn up and tuck in at the Servant’s Hall tea-room this winter. Hot drinks and delicious snacks are available all day, or enjoy a hearty seasonal lunch, served between 12noon-2.30pm.
Indulge yourself in true 80’s style with a visit to the Chambers Tea Room. Make sure you leave room for a very special Afternoon Tea, with pink wafer biscuits, vol-au-vonts and trifle scones. Then top it off with a Snowball cocktail or even a glass of sherry!
Chambers Tea Room is open for Afternoon Tea until Monday 1 January, from 11am-3pm.
Christmas afternoon tea £16.95pp; Normal admission prices apply.
Chambers will be closed on Sunday 24 and Monday 25 December and is available for pre-bookings only on Tuesday 26 December 2017.
After enjoying the era of excess in the house, why not blow away the cobwebs and stretch your legs with a walk around Hanbury’s park this winter?
Our routes are suited to all abilities and interests. Choose the Historic Walk for a leisurely amble, taking in historic features of the park and rare and unusual trees. You may even spot some winter wildlife along the way. The Black Walk is longer but takes you down towards Hanbury Church for the chance to experience stunning views across the local countryside.
Download the route for The Black Walk
Download the route for The Historic Walk
Normal admission fees apply. National Trust members free.
Hanbury Hall will be closed completely on Sunday 24 & Monday 25 December 2017.