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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- A Ghostly Evening at Hoghton Tower at 19:15PM, Friday 31 October 2014 £28.95 plus booking fee
- A Ghostly Evening at Hoghton Tower at 19:15PM, Saturday 01 November 2014 £28.95 plus booking fee
- Crafty Vintage Weekender at 10:00AM, Saturday 08 November 2014 Entry £2. Free entry for under 16s. Separate charges apply for admission to the house tours.
You might of heard the news that we now have our own Hoghton Tower honey. Beekeeper Dave has now delivered his first batch so come and pick up your jar in the tea room or shop exclusively here at the Tower!
This year the house will be open in October on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Opening hours will be as follows: Tuesday to Thursday – Tours at 1.30pm and 2.30pm only. The tea room will be open for seasonal lunches and teas from 12 noon to 3pm. You do not have to buy an admission ticket to visit our tea room! Sundays – 11am to 4pm with the last tour at…