Things to see and do at Staunton Harold Church
Standing peacefully in rolling countryside, there’s plenty to see at the picturesque Staunton Harold Church. Find out when you can visit and what tours are available.
There are two ways to explore inside Staunton Harold Church, including self-led visits and guided tours.
Due to staffing problems, the church will no longer be open on Tuesdays until spring 2024. We're sorry for any disappointment this may cause
Step inside Staunton Harold Church and see what you discover on a self-led visit. Explore the church at your own pace, taking in the decorative interiors and gothic style.
From Sunday 16 April – Tuesday 31 October, you can visit the church on a self-led visit every Sunday, Tuesday, and bank holiday (excluding Easter weekend) from 12pm – 3.30pm.
Explore inside this rare and important church with a volunteer guide. Hear stories of the Shirley Family and find out more about the church’s significance to history and religion during the English Commonwealth era.
Guided tours will re-start from Sunday 2 April – Sunday 29 October, taking place every Sunday morning from 10.30am – 11.30am.
To book your place, please click here.
Group guided tours are also available upon request for a minimum of 10 people. To book a group tour, please give us a ring on 01332863822.
Church services are held on the first and third Sunday of every month from 8.30am.
All are welcome to attend but please give us a ring beforehand to confirm.
Discover the fascinating history of the Chapel of the Holy Trinity at Staunton Harold and how building the Chapel cost Sir Robert Shirley his life.
Over the last few years, we've undertaken essential building and repair works at the church, to ensure that this place of reflection can be enjoyed for many years to come.
The un-stately home and country estate