House Open Season:
April – end of September 2019
We are closed October – March unless specified on our event page listings.
During Autumn/Winter Season the House, Tea Room and Grounds are open on specific dates only.
Sunday 13th October 11am-3pm (House tours at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm)
Sunday 20th October (Farmers’ Market) 10am-3pm (House tours at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm)
October Half Term Creepy Tours: Sunday 20th – Thursday 24th at 11am, 12pm, 1pm
Sunday 3rd November (Artisan Market) 10am-3pm (House tours at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm)
Sunday 17th November (Farmers’ Market) 10am-3pm (House tours at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm)
Sunday 1st December (Farmers’ Market) 10am-2pm (Christmas Through the Ages Tours)
Sunday 8th December Santa at Hoghton Tower
Sunday 15th December Farmers Market & Santa at Hoghton Tower
Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd December Santa and Carols at Hoghton Tower
Access to the House is by Guided Tour only
House Tour tickets also available on arrival
Guided House Tour & Gardens admission with Gift Aid:
Family Ticket: £33
Gardens only: £2.20
Guided House Tour & Gardens admission without Gift Aid:
Family Ticket: £30
Gardens only: £2
NEW SPECIAL TOURS FOR THE 2019 SEASON:
Pre-booked tickets only
The guided tour lasts approximately 1.5 hours.
Please note that opening times and admission charges for special event days may be different. For more details, please check our Events page.
Please note that access for visitors with disabilities and wheelchair users is restricted. We kindly request that you read our Access Statement when planning your visit.
All admission prices above include a Gift Aid donation. As a charity we ask that if possible you pay for your admission with a voluntary Gift Aid donation. This allows us to claim back the tax you have paid on this money from the Government and use it for vital restoration and conservation work in the house and grounds. In recent years Gift Aid donations have been used for the conservation of our roof as well as other maintenance projects. Without your help our funds for carrying out this vital work would be severely restricted.