Sat 23 Aug, Sun 24 Aug and BH Mon 25 Aug, 10am-5pm.
Fine British crafts and giftware, speciality food and drink, discounted Hall entry, and fantastic free entertainment!
Come and enjoy the large craft marquee, Birds of Prey displays, Punch & Judy, Pony rides and much, much more!
Adults £3, Children U16 free.
OPEN EVERY SUNDAY
The house and tea room are currently open every Sunday, from 2-5pm. Then in July and August, when it's hopefully lovely and warm and the theatre is in full-swing, we're open daily.
Cyclists are most welcome to use the tea room and do not have to pay an entrance charge. Simply tell the gateman you're keen for cake!
THE HALL GROUNDS
All theatre tickets include entry to the Hall grounds on the day of the performance from 2pm. Please bring your picnics and pop to the Orchard tea room for scones and homemade cake.
Entry to the house for those with theatre tickets is £1.50 (instead of the usual £7.50).
The car park is free of charge.
Welcome To Our Home
A lived in historic house, Gawsworth Hall is owned, run and much loved by the Richards family. Built in 1480, the Tudor manor house features fine paintings, furniture, sculpture and an ancient pleasure garden. Here lived Mary Fitton, Dark Lady of Shakespeare's sonnets and maid of honour to Queen Elizabeth I. read more
Sundays: 4 May to 21 September, 2pm-5pm
Daily: 30 June to 30 August, 2pm-5pm
Children (under 16): £3.50
Coach Parties (20+): £6.00
Country House Craft and Gift fairs
Held for three days over the final bank holiday of the month in both May and August, featuring fine British crafts and giftware. In addition, speciality food and drink, plus a large number of outdoor activities are also available.
Barry Grey's Yuletide
The internationally renowned floral designer will once again be transforming the Hall for Christmas with his theatrical swags, garlands and stunning flower arrangements. Always inventive, yet traditional this is the perfect event to get you in the festive mood!