Visiting Hanbury Hall: Book your visit
Booking is recommended to guarantee entry this year. This will be particularly important at peak times such as school holidays and bank holidays.
Pre-book your tickets to visit Hanbury Hall, the gardens and parkland
Booking is recommended to guarantee entry this year. This includes entry to the gardens and parkland. This will be particularly important at peak times such as school holidays and bank holidays. Tickets will be released on a rolling basis for two weeks ahead. You can also book on the day, subject to availability.
Book your tickets online here or call 0344 249 1895.
Why are we doing this?
We have introduced a booking system to help us manage visitor numbers whilst we undergo a major infrastructure project. Parts of our normal visitor offer will be reduced during the construction phase, and the booking system will allow us to minimise the impact that this has on your experience, as well as look after this special place.
Making the most of your visit this summer
Hanbury opens daily at 9.30am, with last entry at 4pm. You're then welcome to stay until the car park gates close at 5pm.
Here are some key points to note before you visit:
- The Hall is now open daily, 10am - 4pm, with last entries at 3.45pm.
- The Stables Cafe, located in the Stableyard, is open daily from 10am-4.30pm.
- The garden and parkland are open from 9.30am - 5pm (last admission 4pm) every day of the week.
- Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times as we have livestock throughout the park.
- The parkland faces seasonal weather and climate challenges. Please bring suitable footwear for muddy paths.
- The main toilets can be found in the Stableyard, with accessible toilet and baby changing facilities. There are also 2 toilets at Visitor Reception (no baby change or accessible facility).
- The Second-hand Bookshop, located in the Long Gallery, is open daily. We are in need of book donations! We accept donations every Tuesday morning at reception.
- Please check social media or the website before you set off for any last minute changes or updates.
- Please note that the back courtyard area is currently closed to all visitors whilst we enter the next phase of our project works. Please read the article below for more information.
Parking and arrival:
- On arrival, please park in the main visitor car park before heading to the Visitor Reception building. There are designated blue badge spaces available in the left hand side of the car park.
- Please have your membership card and booking details close to hand as you head towards the Visitor Reception building, ready to be checked in by one of our friendly team members, or alternatively admission can be bought here.
- Last entry to the property is at 4pm. You’re then welcome to stay as long as you like until closing time at 5pm when the car park and back gates will be locked.
- Campervans that are used for transport are welcome, but are not permitted to stay overnight.
Exploring the gardens and parkland:
Visitors to the Hall:
- The Hall is open daily from 10am, with last entry at 3.45pm.
- Entry is included in your admission and operates via a queuing system on a first come, first serve basis.
- We're limiting numbers inside to help keep our visitors, volunteers and staff safe.
Eating and drinking:
- The Stables Cafe is open daily, 10am-4.30pm.
- We'll be serving hot and cold meals and drinks, sandwiches and light snacks.
- Limited indoor and outdoor seating.
- Please note that on busy days, such as weekends and school holidays, you may experience longer waiting times.
- Unfortunately, we're not able to offer a buggy service at this time.
- The PMV (personal mobility vehicle) and wheelchairs (subject to availability) can be hired by visitors to Hanbury by calling the office on 01527 821214 no later than 3pm the day before their visit.
- Benches are located around the site for visitors to rest as they walk.
Visiting with your dog:
- Dogs on leads are welcome in the parkland, on footpaths only. Assistance dogs are welcome throughout the property.
- Please use the dog bins for dog waste and the stableyard bins for normal waste if you cannot take it home with you.