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Kirby Hall

Kirby Hall

Kirby Hall is one of England’s greatest Elizabethan and 17th-century houses, once owned by Sir Christopher Hatton, Lord Chancellor to Queen Elizabeth I. Although this vast mansion is partly roofless, the walls show the exceptionally rich decoration that proclaims that its successive owners were always at the forefront of new ideas about architecture and design. The Great Hall and state rooms remain intact, refitted and redecorated to authentic 17th- and 18th-century specifications. Don't Miss - Kirby Hall's exceptionally rich decoration The view of the garden from the windows of the state rooms The fascinating audio tour with commentary by experts in garden history, conservation and country houses. The peacocks that live at Kirby Hall roam freely around the gardens.

Contact & Opening Times

NN17 3EN

Kirby Hall Off Kirby Lane, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN17 3EN See English Heritage website for up to date opening times.

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Visitor Information & Facilities

  • Child friendly
  • Coach parking
  • Free parking
  • Garden
  • Gift shop
  • Group tours
  • Pet friendly

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