Lamport Hall is a hidden gem in Northamptonshire boasting wonderful gardens, stunning architecture, an impressive art and furniture collection and a full calendar of events. The Hall is Grade I listed and is of great architectural importance, showcasing work by John Webb and Smith of Warwick.
From 1560 to 1976, the Hall was home to the Isham family, one of the oldest families in Northamptonshire. As a result, the collections have remained virtually untouched throughout the centuries providing a captivating snapshot of life in a country house. Come and see the treasures collected by Sir Thomas Isham on his Grand Tour as a newly inherited teenage Baronet, witness the architectural changes made by two feisty wives in the 19th century, and meet Lampy, the first and only surviving garden gnome to be imported from Germany in 1846.
Following a period of neglect in the 20th century an impressive restoration project was undertaken. Lamport Hall is now back to its former glory!
Gardens only open from 1st March. Hall and Gardens open from 1st April to 31st October. Wednesdays and Thursdays , 1.00pm-4.30pm.
The Hall is accessed by guided tours only: 1.45pm and 2.30pm. Tours are approx. 75 minutes long and are allocated on a first come first served basis and not bookable in advance.
Access to the Hall via free flow: only on Bank Holiday Sundays and Mondays plus October 12/13 (during our Autumn Gift & Craft Fair) from 1.00pm-4.00pm. Last admittance 3.15pm.
Lamport, Northamptonshire NN6 9HD