Award winning garden designer Arne Maynard talks about his work at the the gardens of Haddon Hall.
This brand new film from Haddon Hall looks at the restoration work being carried out on the Gardens and the traditional techniques that they still employ even to this day.
We briefly spoke to the owner of Haddon Hall Lord Edward Manners about the history of the hall and his family and also to Arne Maynard about the design of the gardens, which includes an Elizabethan inspired knot garden at the rear of the Hall.
Haddon Hall really is one of those places that you can visit time and time again, throughout the year and you will be sure to find something different every time.
Watch the film and use the interactive links to discover more information about Haddon Hall.
Haddon Hall said “We are very privileged to have Arne Maynard as our Garden Designer – Gold Medal winner for the Laurent-Perrier Garden at Chelsea Flower Show 2012.”
12 noon to 5pm (last admission 4pm)
May to September
Open daily (closed Friday 11th July to Sunday 13th July)
Summer Late Night Opening
Every Thursday during June and July, the Hall and Gardens will remain open until 8pm (last admission 7.15pm). The Gift Shop and Restaurant will also be open late.
Saturday, Sunday and Mondays only
6th -17th December daily 10.30am to 4pm (last admission 3:30pm)
Family (2 adults, 3 children) £28.00
Regular Visitor £18.00
Car Parking £1.50 per car
Coach parking Free
Minimum 15 Persons:
Adults £9.00, Concessions £8.50
Guided tours £12.00 per person
(minimum charge £120.00). Booking essential, please phone 01629 812855.
Children £4.50 (one adult free with every 10 children), Extra adults £8.50
Costume room £25.00 per room (max 20 persons) suitable for those 7-11 years.
Free copy of resource pack on confirmation of first booking.
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.
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For more information on Haddon Hall go to www.haddonhall.co.uk