Haddon Hall is usually closed from January to March, and in November (except for the Mercatum Artisan Market – click here for dates.)
10:30 am to 5:00 pm until 31st October, but at Christmas from 1st to 23rd December the opening times are 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Last entry is one hour before closing time.
Your entrance ticket will enable you to re-enter the Hall again on the date of the ticket.
Children up to and including the age of 16 have free entry.
We suggest at least two hours will be needed to fully enjoy Haddon Hall and its terraced gardens. Our Spotlight Talks are highly recommended to help bring Haddon Hall to life for you and are included in your admission ticket.
Only guide and assistance dogs are permitted in the grounds or gardens. There are, however, public footpaths in the area; click here for details of the footpath next to the Haddon Hall car park.
Photography and videography for personal use is welcome. However, tripods and lighting equipment may not be used in the Hall or gardens.
Please note also that wedding photography and videography are exclusive to couples getting married at Haddon Hall.
In the interests of visitor safety and out of respect for the privacy of the family who live in Haddon Hall, we do not permit the launching or landing of drones within Haddon Hall or its grounds, unless agreed in advance in writing.
Barbecues are not permitted at Haddon Hall, its gardens or grounds.
Unfortunately, we cannot allow large bags, rucksacks or pushchairs in the Hall, but we do have a supply of alternative baby-carrying equipment available for use at the main entrance.
Mobility scooters and mobility aids with wheels cannot be used inside the Hall.
Yes, rucksacks and large bags can be left safely in the Guide Room at the main entrance to the Hall.
It is not permitted to picnic, or consume any food or drink in Haddon Hall or its formal gardens. However, you can have a picnic on the grass in front of the Gardeners Cottage and by the river Wye. There are benches provided for public use in these areas.
Haddon Hall is not part of the National Trust or English Heritage.
Yes, but please note that your HH membership does not allow free entry during the Christmas opening period or to special events.
Haddon Hall is owned by Lord Edward Manners.
Please see our Accessibility Statement.
Yes. It is situated in the former stable block just before the main entrance to the Hall. It is possible to make reservations for meals and afternoon teas. This can be done by ringing 01629 810913 or you can e-mail email@example.com.
No, there is no public access to the back of Haddon Hall or to the surrounding Parkland.
Yes, but parking could be restricted if coach tours are planned on a particular day. It is best to telephone in advance.
There is a car parking fee. The car park is privately owned and is supervised by a parking attendant.
There is a buggy which can take visitors from the Gatehouse to the Hall and gardens. Please inform the car park attendant on your arrival if you wish to make use of this facility. Please view our Accessibility Statement and if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the office on 01629 812855.
Yes, free admission is granted for carers if they are accompanying the person for whom they are caring.
This is to be implemented in 2021.
28: Am I allowed to swim in or use canoes or boats on the river?
No, this part of the river Wye is privately owned.
Contact Julie Mellor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cyclists may leave their locked bicycles behind the Ticket Office.
Yes, there are seats throughout the Hall and benches in the gardens.
Yes, but please be aware that mobile signals can be limited due to the thickness of the walls, and also be mindful of other visitors and keep loud conversations to a minimum!
Smoking or vaping are not allowed anywhere in Haddon Hall, its grounds and gardens.
Metal detecting is not permitted anywhere on the Haddon Estate.
39. If I book online, can I change the date of my visit?
Yes, this is possible for normal admission bookings – please contact the office on 01629 812855 to arrange this. Please note that no refunds are available for special events.
40. I have booked an event and am not able to attend. Can I get a refund?
If you notify the Haddon Hall office before the event, then a refund can be made if the ticket can be offered to someone else who is waiting for a cancellation. If there is no waiting list, or if you do not notify the Haddon Hall office before the event, then a refund cannot be made.
41. Do I need to print off my e-ticket after booking online?
This is not necessary as long as you have your booking reference number.
42. My Regular Visitor Pass has gone missing. Can I have a replacement?
Absolutely! Contact the Haddon Hall office – 01629 812855 – to request a replacement. A small charge applies.
43. Is there a Haddon app?
No, but the Haddon Hall website is ‘mobile-friendly’!