Tickets for most events and Study Days can be purchased online.
Simply go to coppedhallevents.ticketsource.co.uk, view the event and pay. Credit cards and debit cards can be used. You can then print your tickets immediately.
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Sundays: 26 May and 25 August
Entry 10.00 per person. Free to Friends, children under 16 and necessary carers.
11.00am – 4.00pm
There will be access to the whole of the gardens, parts of the mansion (with room stewards present), the cellars and the stables. Tea, coffee, home-made cakes and lunch are available, as well as a bar selling alcoholic drinks. There are stalls and exhibitions, home-made and home-grown produce for sale, and the Trust shop will be open.
Private tours of the house and grounds are welcome on weekdays and Sundays provided they do not clash with other events.
Your party should have at least 20 people. Larger groups may be divided, each group having their own knowledgable and enthousiastic guide.
Cost: £12.00 per person which includes tea or coffee and homemade cakes. A £50.00 deposit will be needed to secure the data.
To book your tour please contact:
The Copped Hall Trust
The Stables Courtyard
Crown Hill, Epping CM16 5HS
To enquire about private tours contact:
Tel: 020 7267 1679.
Sundays: 7 April, 5 May, 2 June, 7 July, 4 August, 1 September
Entry 5.00 per person. Free to Friends, children under 16 and necessary carers.
Gates are open from 2.00pm, last entry at 4.00 pm. The car park closes at 5.00 pm and is locked at 5.15 pm. Garden Afternoons provide an opportunity to wander round at leisure in the afternoon and talk to our gardeners. A map with brief descriptions of the gardens is given out on arrival. Refreshments are available in the Racquets Court until 4.00 pm. The Trust shop will be open at the same times.
Application forms are always available at Copped Hall or from:
Tel: 0208 505 1041
Sunday 13 October 2019
Entry £10 per person. Free to Friends, children under 16 and necessary carers.
11.00am – 4.00pm
Access to both gardens and mansion (room stewards) as for open days. Apple Day is a national annual celebration of our apple orchards and local distinctiveness. Join in the fun, play some traditional games, help with the juicing and have your own apples identified by our expert. There will be a display and apples for sale. There will also be entertainment, refreshments and bar, lunches, produce for sale and the Trust shop.
At all the above events dogs are welcome but must be kept on leads. No dogs (except Guide/Assistance dogs) are allowed in the Mansion. The Refreshments team have agreed to accept dogs on leads in the Tea Room.