Shopping at the Hardmans’ House
Adorn your walls with the Hardmans' photographs by purchasing a quality print or browse our selection of Hardman-inspired gifts and souvenirs at Reception while you wait for your tour to begin.
Although there’s no café, there's a small bench and a few spots to perch in the walled garden, giving you somewhere to relax before your tour begins. If you're feeling peckish, the Anglican Cathedral café is close by.
Pick up a guidebook
The Hardmans’ House guidebook is the perfect accompaniment to your tour, containing all the detail you could need about the history of the house and the Hardmans themselves.
Buy a Hardman print
If you're looking for the perfect gift or a treat for yourself, take a peek at the photographic prints available to order online from National Trust Prints here. From dramatic landscapes to vintage portraiture, there's a great selection to choose from. Quote code 'ECH Offer' for a 15% discount.
Some of the most iconic prints can also be purchased from the reception area at the Hardmans' House.
Postcards, magnets and keyrings
Pick up a postcard or choose from a wide selection of unique magnets and keyrings, only available from the reception at the Hardmans’ House. From photographs of Liverpool scenes and people, to pictures of the Hardmans on holiday and at their wedding, there's something for everyone.
By becoming a member of the National Trust, you'll not only help to preserve the houses, coastlines and countryside in our care, you'll directly help to conserve the Hardmans' House for the future. Sign up upon your arrival and your entry will be free.
It is through your purchases and support that we are able to continue to care for nature, beauty and history for everyone, for ever.
Looking for the perfect gift or perhaps you're in need of some retail therapy? You can browse our full range via our online shop.
Discover what life was like for the Hardmans in the 1950s, with their house presented as it was during the height of this talented couple’s business.
Discover the people behind the Hardmans’ House photographic studio and the thousands of prints and negatives they left behind.