GUIDED TOURS

MONTHLY GUIDED TOURS

The Thirds Sundays of the Month, excepting July and December

Sundays: 16  January, 20  February, 20 March, 17 April,  15 May, 19 June, 17 July, 21 August, 18 September, 16 October, 20 November  2022

Cost

£10.00 per person. Friends of Copped Hall and Children Under 16 – Free. Tickets are required for entry.

Location

Mansion – Cellars, Stables, Ground and First Floor
Gardens – inc Site of Earlier Houses and Walled Garden

Access

Access to Cellars and 1st Floor of the Mansion is currently via staircase only. Gardens are undulating/uneven lawn surfaces with some paths on a sloping site. The Walled Garden is also on a sloping site. Very limited access currently for wheelchair users.

Description

Guided Tours last about 2.5 to 3 hours. The first tours start at 10.00am and the last entry is at 11.00 am.

Visitors are accompanied by an experienced guide throughout who will explain the rich history of Copped Hall, covering the whole of the Gardens, including the sites of the earlier houses, the Walled Garden and a large part of the existing Mansion.

Tour days also give our Friends the opportunity to catch up on all the changes that have occured since lock-down.

Tea, Coffee and home made cakes are available approximately mid way through the tour. There is also our shop selling books about Copped Hall and a range of other items. In addition, there are exhibitions on site and a second hand book shop. At most times of the year we sell plants, seasonal fruit and vegetables from the Walled Garden.

Event Queries?

Please contact the Box office on Tel No. 07749 3979 32 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Buy Tickets

Visitors are strongly advised to buy their tickets in advance as spaces on tours may be limited. Tickets can be purchased on line: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/coppedhallevents or by clicking the logo below. View the event, pay and print your tickets. Both debit and credit cards may be used.

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