Euston Park - Hall & Gardens Open 25 - 31 August 2022

Practical

Enjoy code: 507731
Type
Food and drink
Target groups
Youth, Elderly, Adult
Source
TheList
External information

Available tickets

Monday
29/08 2022 10:00am
Euston Hall Estate Office THETFORD
Provided by The List

Details

The delightful Euston Hall stately home and gardens opens again in 2022 - book early to avoid disappointment.

Thursday 25th August - Wednesday 31st August 2022 (other dates available in April, May and September).

There are three Hall tours per day 10:15am, 11:15am and 12:00pm (please report to the entrance hall 10 minutes prior) including the ability to visit the tranquil Gardens, the Pleasure Grounds, the Church and Watermill. _Outdoor tea room available. _

Entrance to the Estate is via the Park entrance, located at postcode IP24 2QH. Tickets for the Hall Tour and Gardens are £14 for adults, £8 for children aged 12-16. Tickets for the Gardens ONLY are £8 for over 12s. Accompanied children under 12 go FREE. All profits resulting from the open days are donated to local charities via The Suffolk Community Foundation.Entrance to the Estate is via the Park entrance, located at postcode IP24 2QH. Toilets available Euston Hall is currently the private home of the 12th Duke of Grafton and his family. Set in 10,500 acres of landscaped gardens, parkland, ancient broadleaf woodland and agricultural farmland, it has been home to the Dukes of Grafton for over 350 years. Euston Hall has a rich history which is reflected in the many treasures and artefacts contained within its walls. Perhaps best of all is the splendid art collection, largely collected by the Earl of Arlington who built Euston Hall between 1670 and

  1. www.eustonhall.co.uk [https://www.eustonhall.co.uk/]

Please note:Dogs MUST be kept on lead at all times BUT only assistance dogs are permitted in the Hall and Old Kitchen.

UK Government’s COVID-19 GuidancePlease ensure that you are up to date with guidance and rules in force on the date of your booking, paying particular attention to the wider social contact limits.

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