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Hatfield House

Hatfield House

Hatfield AL9 5NQ Southern England UK
Tel: + 44 (0) 1707 287010
web : Hatfield House

Visitors with disabilities are most welcome to Hatfield House and to its Park and famous formal gardens.

  • There is good access and excellent facilities for all those with disabilities. Necessary helpers are admitted free of charge.
  • Access to the shop, restaurant and lavatories is good
  • Those in wheelchairs are able to visit the entire house. There is a small lift and wheelchairs that fit in are available on loan.
  • Special house tours for groups with disabilities can be arranged, if necessary, at 11 am before the general public is admitted.
  • There is a recommended wheelchair route around the West Gardens, which are mostly accessible throughout the year. The rest of the gardens and the park have good paths and roads, and are generally level, but are more accessible in the dry summer months. Wheelchairs are not provided for outside use.
  • As well as adapted WCs within all the public facilities, there is a separate unisex adapted WC for couples in the Old Palace archway.

    Dog walking over 1000 acres. Queen Elizabeth I spent most of her childhood at Hatfield.

    The great hall of the old Royal Palace, which is close to the present house, is now the prestigious venue for weddings, private functions and banquets. Hatfield House was built by Robert Cecil, first Earl of Salisbury & Chief Minister to King James 1, in 1611. This celebrated Jacobean house has been in the Cecil Family ever since and is the home of the 7th Marquess of Salisbury.

    The King James Drawing RoomThe Winter Dining Room

    Programme of Events

    A wide variety of events are held throughout the year. All these and a lot of other useful information for visitors can be found on our website click here to go to web site.

    Please note that the price of admission may vary according to the event.

    The South FrontThe Gardens

    Seasonal Opening Times
    Easter Saturday to end of September

  • Wednesday to Sunday only
  • 12 noon to 4pm
  • Guided tours only on Thursdays (except during August)
    Park, Garden, Restaurant and Gift Shop
  • Daily
  • 11 - 5.30.
    East Gardens
  • Open only on Thursdays (except during August)

    The Marble HallThe Old Palace

    Admission Charges

    House, West Garden & Park

  • £8.00, child £4.00, party (20+)£7.00

    Park & West Garden

  • £4.50, child £3.50

    Park only

  • £2.00, child £1.00
    Thursday (except during August) -no concessions
  • Park & Gardens£7.00
  • House Tour £5.00 extra

    How To Find Us

    By Road
    Hatfield House can be found off the A1(M) 7 miles north of junction 23 of the M25 motorway. Exit the A1(M) at Junction 4 (after the Hatfield Tunnel if travelling from the South) and follow brown leisure signs for Hatfield House.

    By Rail
    The main entrance to the Park is opposite Hatfield Railway Station. Kings Cross to Hatfield takes 20 minutes.

    By Air
    National Airports at Luton and Stansted are 30 minutes distant with London Heathrow some 40 minutes.

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