Open Gardens at The Hall
Escape the hustle and bustle by stepping into the hidden gardens at The Hall, Bradford on Avon. Sit amongst the towering Redwood trees for a moment of tranquility, take a casual stroll, or bring a blanket and picnic to enjoy on the manicured lawns overlooked by the historic Jacobean Hall.
There’s much to discover and learn on your exploration through the grounds including the story of The Hall itself and the significance of the Moulton family.
The grounds will be open to visitors but The Hall itself will remain closed.
Whilst within the grounds children remain the responsibility of their parent/guardian and must be supervised at all times.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead. Please bag and dispose of any waste in the bins provided.
Whilst refreshments are not available onsite, visitors are welcome to bring their own. All rubbish must be taken away/disposed of in the bins provided.
Keeping visitors safe:
To help ensure social distancing is maintained and to limit congestion in certain areas of the grounds, visitors are asked to follow the one-way route round the grounds. Please be mindful and keep two metres apart from other members of the public, staff and volunteers when onsite.
Self-service sanitation points with antibacterial spray and blue paper roll will be stationed next to benches - please wipe down the bench using the spray after use for the consideration of others. Hand sanitizer will also be available at the entrance/exit and in the toilet.
Tickets are available to purchase at the Kingston Road entrance gate, but we advise pre-booking online to avoid disappointment. Entrance numbers are limited.
Adult: (with Gift Aid) £5.50
Child (5-16 years old): £3.00
Under 5s: Free
The Hall, Kingston Road, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire BA15 1AB
Fri 16 Apr 2021 to Sat 29 May 2021