- Hatfield House, Park and Garden are closed and reopen on Saturday 4th April 2015
- The shops in Stable Yard are open as normal but closed on Mondays.
- The Coach House Restaurant now open.
- Hatfield Park Farm and Bloody Hollow are closed but reopen on 14th March.
For full details please see our Opening Times & Prices page.
There is a 'free flow arrangement' where visitors are able to view the house at their own speed. Guides are stationed in most of the rooms and are happy to answer questions from visitors. Audio tours are available, which have an excellent and informative commentary and give in depth information about items of interest in the collection. Pre-booked guided tours are available at an additional cost and last approximately an hour. During major events the normal opening arrangements may not apply. Please click on the Opening Times and Admission Prices for further details.Hatfield House is proud to be one of the Treasure Houses of England, ten of the most magnificent palaces, houses and castles in England.
Members include Beaulieu, Blenheim Palace, Burghley, Chatsworth, Castle Howard, Harewood House, Holkham Hall, Hatfield House, Leeds Castle and Woburn Abbey. Each house is an architectural masterpiece surrounded by beautiful parklands and gardens.
All the Treasure Houses are professionally managed, with highly diversified estates, offering quality activities and interest for all throughout the year. They display some of the most important art and objects in the world. Many are now embracing contemporary art, and feature the collections of successive generations of owners through the centuries. All have fascinating stories to tell of their former masters and mistresses, as well as all the people who have worked at or visited the estates.
And if you visit one house, you can pick up a leaflet containing vouchers which enable you to visit others on a 2 for the price of 1 basis. Find out more at www.treasurehouses.co.uk
and register to receive regular updates.PLEASE NOTE:
HHA (Historic Houses Association), Great British Heritage, RHS cards are NOT valid.
Dogs are welcome in the park but not in the gardens, farm or children’s play area. They should be kept under tight control and, where necessary or when requested, on a lead.
The inside of the Old Palace can only be seen from the viewing bay. When a private function is taking place the tower will be closed. Visitors who particularly wish to see the inside are advised to telephone or email beforehand to check availability.
Very occasionally the house is closed during the published opening hours for a private function or for filming. We apologise for any inconvenience or disappointment that this may cause. Any such events will be published on this page.Exclusive to Treasure Houses:
Visit Classic British Hotels online and discover exclusive Treasure Houses packages with tickets included www.classicbritishhotels.com/THE or call 0845 0 70 70 90.