Welcome to Hoghton Tower
Walled gardens and imposing state rooms provide an impressive backdrop for weddings and celebrations, a weekend stay, family days out, corporate away days and cultural and educational experiences.
‘’What do I know of Hoghton Tower?… a house, centuries old, on high ground a mile or so removed from the road.’’
George Silverman’s Explanation by Charles Dickens
From the past to the present, the house has many tales to tell, from the visit of King James I in 1617 to a troupe of Shakespearian actors arriving by bicycle to entertain the crowds in 2013. Isn’t it time you paid us a visit?
Opening hours: For our latest opening times see our Take a Tour page.
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- Easter at Hoghton Tower and Farmers’ Market – Tudor Style! at 10:00AM, Monday 21 April 2014 £1 per car. View Easter page for all details.
- Early Morning Bird Watching Walks at Hoghton Tower at 05:30AM, Saturday 03 May 2014 £12 per head including breakfast
- More Music at Hoghton Tower ‘The Instrumentarium’ at 10:00AM, Sunday 11 May 2014 Click on Title for Full Details.
On Easter Monday Hoghton Tower is offering a day of Tudor-style family fun, including authentic period music and falconry displays and, a day later than usual, our monthly farmers’ market with around 50 local produce and craft stalls. The house will be open and brought alive by the sound of music thanks to A Merrie Noyse – lots of dancing, singing and playing strange-looking Tudor instruments. The gardens, awash with…
Due to popular demand we’re delighted to announce new opening times for the house and tea room. The house will now be open to the public for guided tours from Sunday 4th May. Opening hours will be 11am to 5pm, Sunday to Thursday, with the last tour setting off at 4pm. These hours will apply until Tuesday 30th September. In October the house will be open for limited hours, with…