Visitor Information

Opening times and Prices

Below you'll find out all you need to know about our opening times, admission rates, group bookings and school visits.

 

 

2016 Opening dates:

10.30am until 5pm, last admission at 4pm

Open Daily May to September 

October - Sat, Sun & Mon and half term 22nd-31st October.

Closed in November

Christmas - 1st to 18th December (10.30am until 4pm, last admission at 3.00pm)

Admission 2016

Adults £13.50
Concessions £13.00
Children £7.00
Family (2 adults, 3 children) £35.00
Car Parking £2.50 per car

Free entry for members of the HHA on production of a valid card (parking charge still applies).
 

For further information or for details on how to find us please visit our How to get here page

If using your SatNav to find us please don't use our postcode. Search for directions to Bakewell or Rowsley and follow the signs on the A6 from there.

For those who require more information about access please click here. Please note that wheelchair access to the hall is very limited. Please call the Estate Office on 01629 812855 with any questions.

 

Regular Visitor Passes

£27.00 

Benefits include:

  • Unlimited entry to the Hall and Gardens for the 12months, when we are open for general admission.
  • Discounted entry for accompanying guests.

Groups 2016

Minimum 15 Persons:
Adults £12.00, Concessions £10.50 (Tours available, please see our Groups page for more details)
Booking essential, please phone 01629 812855.

Schools 2016

Children from £6.00 (one adult free with every 10 children), Extra adults £10.50.                                 Free copy of resource pack on confirmation of first booking.

Please see our Schools page for more details.

Special Note

We welcome all visitors, but be aware that access for visitors with disabilities and wheelchair users is restricted. Due to the age of Haddon, there are uneven floors and steps within the house/gardens, this should be kept in mind when visiting. Please call in advance for further information. No dogs permitted other than assistance dogs.