Hatchlands Park

Stretches of sweeping parkland sheltering a classic country house

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Upcoming events

Christmas children's trail

Fri 01 Dec 2017
10:30-16:00
Pick up a trail sheet from reception and follow the story of the mice who made the Silent Night, spotting our cheeky little mice hiding around the park, and find out where they have made their nest for the winter.

Visit Father Christmas at Hatchlands Park

Sat 02 Dec 2017
11:00-15:00
Meet Father Christmas in his cosy sitting room. Each child will meet Father Christmas and receive a wrapped present from him.

Cellar Tours

Sat 02 Dec 2017
12:00-12:30
Have you ever wondered what happened in the spaces underneath our house? Put on your hard hat, pick up a lantern and come down with us into the cellars to discover previously unseen places.

Carols in the Courtyard - Glenesk School choir

Sun 10 Dec 2017
14:15-15:00
Listen to some fun and festive carol singing in the courtyard, where we will be joined by a choir from Glenesk School.

Christmas animal visit

Sat 16 Dec 2017
11:00-15:00
Meet the animals from Millers' Ark Farm in our courtyard. Come and snuggle up with some furry friends, and also meet Hatchlands' own resident donkeys, Morris and Callum.

Visit Mrs Christmas at Hatchlands Park

Sat 16 Dec 2017
11:00-15:00
Meet Mrs Christmas in her cosy sitting room. Each child will meet Mrs Christmas and receive a wrapped present from her.
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History 

A portrait of Fanny Boscawen

Fanny Boscawen and the Bluestockings 

Fanny Boscawen was the first ‘Lady of the House’ at Hatchlands and oversaw the construction of the mansion that you see today. This remarkable woman, an often overlooked founding member of the Bluestocking Society, was well respected by her intellectual peers in fashionable society, male and female alike.

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Hatchlands Park on the National Trust Collections website