Lamport Hall

Lamport Hall

Lamport Hall

A Tudor founder, blind book collector, wayward 17th century grand tourist, eccentric Victorian, Hollywood actor, commanding wives and dedicated daughters. As the home for the Isham family for over four centuries the history of Lamport Hall is full of characters. Since 1974 the Lamport Preservation Trust has ensured its survival as a centre of culture and education. This Grade I listed house contains an internationally important library, outstanding furniture, and many objects bought during the third Baronet’s Grand Tour. Ten acres of tranquil gardens and parklands provide a beautiful setting for this hidden gem, which is also the home of the world’s oldest garden gnome. The Hall and its Gardens are open from April until the end of October, with events throughout the year to suit many interests.

EVENTS

Festival of Country Life - 27th May - 28th May 2018

Festival Of Country Life 10am-5pm, Sunday 26 and Bank Holiday Monday 27 May 2018 A fantastic day out for all the family – something for everyone! Craft stalls – ...

EVENTS

Antiques and Vintage Fair - 26th August - 27th August 2018

Antiques and Vintage Fair 10am-4pm, 26th-27th August 2018 Whether you are looking for something in particular, or just like to browse through interesting antiques, ...

EVENTS

Autumn Gift and Craft Fair - 13th October - 14th October 2018

Autumn Gift And Craft Fair Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th October 10.00am – 4.00pm each day Once again the Gift and Craft Fair returns to Lamport ...

Contact & Opening Times

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Lamport Hall

Lamport

Northamptonshire

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Telephone - 01604 686272

Email - admin@lamporthall.co.uk

 

House and Gardens open March to October, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons 1.00pm - 4.30pm

House Tours at 2.15pm and 3.00pm

  • Baby changing
  • Free parking
  • Garden
  • Tea & cake
  • Tea & coffee
  • Dog friendly
  • Group tours
  • Wheelchair access
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