Sheffield - Visit to Haddon Hall

Sheffield - Visit to Haddon Hall

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Hosted by Cambridge Society of Sheffield
Wednesday, 19 July 2017 - 10.30am BST
Open to: 
Alumni and guests

Join Cambridge Society of Sheffield for a trip to Haddon Hall on Wednesday, 19 July.

Haddon Hall is probably the finest example of a fortified medieval manor house in existence and has been described by Simon Jenkins as ‘The most perfect English house to survive from the Middle Ages’. The hall dates over the period from the 12th to the early 17th century whereupon it lay dormant for over 200 years until the 9th Duke and Duchess of Rutland restored it in the 1920s. Unlike many similar houses it has managed to avoid fire, warfare, family misfortune and changing fashions, thus providing a unique view of early English life and history. 

Programme for the visit:
10.30: Arrive
11.00 - 12.30: Guided tour of the hall
12.30- 13.30: Lunch in restaurant (optional, individual payment and choice of menu)
13.30 onwards: Self-guided tour of gardens

Price: £17.50

Booking information

To book, complete the booking form on the link below and return it to Norman West.

If you have any queries, please contact Peter Veal.

Book

Location

Haddon Hall
Bakewell
Derbyshire
DE45 1LA
United Kingdom

Useful documents

Booking form - (189.04 KB)