16th. Century manor house and grounds open to the public on Sundays, Wednesdays & Bank Holidays from Easter until the end of September. Guided tours available for prebooked groups at other times. The house and grounds are also available for hire for private celebrations (including weddings), concerts, plays, trade promotions, exhibitions, film locations etc.
Ingatestone Hall was built in 1540 by Sir William Petre, Secretary of State, to four Tudor monarchs and remains the hole of his descendants to this day. It largely retains its original form and appearance ( mullioned windows, tall chimneys, crow-stepped gables, extensive panelling and two priests’ hiding-places) and contains pictures, furniture and memorabilia accumulated over the centuries.
Adults: Â£7 – OAPs Â£6 – Children Â£3
From Easter- end of September ONLY
Wednesday 12:00 – 17:00
Bank Holiday Mondays 12:00 -17:00