Ingatestone Hall Clock Face
Ingatestone Hall
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Visiting Ingatestone Hall

Enjoy an afternoon at Ingatestone Hall.  Tour the eight principal rooms containing paintings, furniture and memorabilia accumulated over the centuries and wander in the ten acres of gardens.

Guided Tours
are available for groups at other times by prior arrangement.
See Guided Tours


The house and grounds are open from noon to 5 p.m.  (last entry 4 p.m.) on Wednesday, Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday afternoons from Easter until the end of September.

When numbers permit, visits to the house are by means of conducted tours.  On busier days visitors are invited to explore the house independently.

PLEASE NOTE
During the course of the season of normal openings there are a number of special events.  Please note that the character of some of these events has a radical effect on the experience offered to the visitor. 
Ingatestone Hall also hosts other events throughout the year.  Some of these and other private events require the closure or restriction of normal access to the house and grounds

For full details of the complete programme see our Events list.  To avoid disappointment, you are advised to check this page shortly before any proposed visit

  • Free parking in the Meadow Car Park, where picnicking is permitted.
  • Teas and light lunches are served in the Summer Parlour whenever the house is open without pre-booking.  A full "High Tea" consisting of a range of finger sandwiches, home made scones and a selection of home made cakes is also available.  This must be pre-booked.  Please contact summerparlour@hotmail.com or call (01277) 354590 to make these arrangements. 
  • A wide range of gifts and souvenirs are on sale in the Shop.

  • ADMISSION PRICES (2018) 
    ADULTS£7.00
    PENSIONERS£6.00
    CHILDREN (5-16)£3.00
    UNDER FIVESFREE

    These prices may vary for special events - see Events for further details.

    PLEASE NOTE:

    Dogs (except for guide dogs) are not permitted in the house or grounds.
    Unaccompanied children are not admitted.
    Photography is not permitted inside the house.



    We do our best to facilitate wheelchair access but no 16th century house is ideal in this respect.  In the house, there is no access to the upper floor and, although most of the grounds are accessible, there are some steep slopes and soft surfaces which may be difficult to negotiate.  The House is about a 200 metre walk from the car park.