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Where the city ends & the country begins
Where the city ends & the country begins - Hatfield House
 - Hatfield House
Where the city ends & the country begins - Hatfield House
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HATFIELD HOUSE

Hatfield House, Gardens, Park & Woodland Walks are now closed. The Old Palace remains open for guided tours on selected dates, please see details below.

The Stable Yard and River Cottage Kitchen & Deli remains open as usual.

The Old Palace <br> Upcoming Tour Dates - Hatfield House

The Old Palace
Upcoming Tour Dates

The Stable Yard - Hatfield House

The Stable Yard

HOUSES TO RENT - Hatfield House

HOUSES TO RENT

Stay at <br> Lawn House - Hatfield House

Stay at
Lawn House

An Audience with Elizabeth I at St Etheldreda’s Church

To commemorate its 21st anniversary, the award winning Living History at Hatfield House Educational Project invites you to An Audience with Elizabeth I. Travel back in time to learn what…
An Audience with Elizabeth I at St Etheldreda’s Church

Conservation and traditional building courses

We are delighted to co-hosting a number of conservation and traditional building courses with Place Services and Essex County Council. We have long since recognised that historic environments require a…
Conservation and traditional building courses

Maintaining the Flower Beds at Hatfield Railway Station

For the past three years the gardening team at Hatfield House, with the support of Lady Salisbury have proudly maintained the flower beds at Hatfield Railway Station. Planting choices reflect…
Maintaining the Flower Beds at Hatfield Railway Station
  • Hatfield House:
  • CLOSED
  • West Garden:
  • CLOSED
  • East Garden:
  • CLOSED
  • Restaurant:
  • OPEN 10am-4pm
  • Stable Yard:
  • OPEN 10am-5pm
  • Hatfield Park Farm:
  • CLOSED
The Rainbow Portrait has safely arrived at Hampton Court Palace… - Hatfield House

The Rainbow Portrait has safely arrived at Hampton Court Palace…

We are excited to announce that the famous Tudor portrait which usually faces the entrance to the...