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  1. The Ultimate Guide To Christmas On The Haddon Estate

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    Christmas at Haddon Hall is always a truly memorable occasion, and we’re certain that 2017 will be no exception. To make planning your trip that little bit easier, we’ve put together a handy guide to all things festive on the Haddon Estate…

    Winter Artisan Market

    17th November 2017 – 19th November 2017

    The perfect opportunity to make a magical start to your Christmas shopping, our Winter Artisan Market will last for three days between Friday 17th November – Sunday 19th November.

    Over 100 local artisans will be showcasing their unique creations throughout our historic rooms, making it our biggest market to date. You’ll find a list of stallholders, along with further information, at

    The admission fee will be £5 to cover entry to the Hall (usually £14.50) and parking will operate on a one-in-one-out basis, so we recommend that visitors use public transport wherever possible.


    The Origins of Christmas with Dr Patrick Harding

    3rd December 2017

    “From puddings to pantomime, carols to cards, trees to turkeys – everything you need to know about Christmas.”

    Join broadcaster, author and teacher Dr Patrick Harding for mince pies, mulled wine and a fascinating talk about the origins of Christmas. The evening will begin with a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie at 5.30pm by the Banqueting Hall fire, with the talk commencing at 6pm.

    Find out more about Patrick Harding on his website, or book tickets for the event online at


    Candlelight Tours

    4th December 2017 – 18th December 2017 (Selected Dates Only)

    Our Candlelight Tours are one of the most popular events of the year at Haddon Hall, and for good reason.

    Be guided by nothing but the flickering flames of candles and fires as you explore Haddon at its most enchanting – dressed in all of its splendour for the festive season during the beautiful twilight hours.

    Some tours have sold out already, but you can explore available dates and times at


    Christmas Carols

    1st December 2017 – 18th December 2017

    The theme of this year’s Christmas opening explores the meaning behind some of our favourite carols, and Lord and Lady Edward Manners have put together a musical programme to match.

    Your festive visit to Haddon is sure to filled with the beautiful sound of carols new and old, as a vast range of musicians perform on almost every day of December. Find a full itinerary at

    Performances will take place in the Banqueting Hall at 12PM and 2PM each day, and are included in the general admission price.

    We would be delighted to welcome you to Haddon Hall this Christmas time.

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  2. A Market With A Difference

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    Beautiful stalls lining Haddon’s driveway, a marquee in the Chapel Fields, music floating through the grounds…

    On the 8th – 9th of July, we are thrilled to be welcoming the areas finest artisan traders to showcase their exquisite creations. With exhibitors displaying everything from food to jewellery, stationery to photography, you can be sure that our Summer Artisan Market will have a special something for everyone.

    Market Stalls at Haddon Hall's Artisan Market - Peak District

    “Our wildflower meadow and Chapel Fields make the perfect setting for our lovely Summer Artisan Market. We will be showcasing some of the areas best artisans and their wide range of stunning makes, with Darley Dale Brass Band performing on our picnic area on the Sunday. Retail therapy and music with a chance to have afternoon tea in a beautiful setting by the River Wye – what’s not to love?” - Julie Mellor, Events Manager

    Entrance to the market is included in general admission to Haddon Hall. Alternatively, for guests only wishing to visit the market, the price for entrance will be £4 per adult, with children under 16 going free.

    Parking will be limited and will operate on a one-in-one-out basis at peak times. We recommend that visitors use public transport where possible.

    You can find more information and a list of stallholders on the event page.