Opening Times and Prices
Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens is open on set days of the week from
The Hall, Servants’ Quarters and Laundry are open on Sundays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays and Bank Holiday Mondays.
We open the hall for guided tours on Wenesday from 3.20pm. It is open from 11am - 3.15 for self-guided visits. Some rooms are inaccessible during the tours. For more information, see below or please call 01604 686543.
The Gardens and Tearoom are open on Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesday and Bank Holiday Mondays, as well as Thursdays.
The Hall, Servants' Quarters and Laundry, Gardens, Tearoom and Shop will be open on Sundays only.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the hall and servants quarters will not be open on Tuesday 18th June.
The gardens and tearoom will remain open as normal. We apologies for any inconvience this may cause.
Final entry to the hall is 4pm, final entry to the gardens is 4.30pm. The gates are locked at 5.30pm.
Final entry to the hall and gardens is 3.30pm. The gates are locked at 5pm.
We open the hall for guided tours on Wenesday afternoons. Some rooms may inaccessible during the tours. For more information, see below.
|Ticket type||Gardens||Hall and Gardens||Garden Season Ticket|
|Concessions (65+, students)||£5.50||£9.00||£18.00|
|Family - (2 adults & up to 3 children)||£15.00||£30.00||£35.00|
Admission prices may vary on special event days. See our What’s On page for more details.
Admission for group visits vary from the above prices, please contact us email@example.com for information.
We welcome visitors to enjoy refreshments and a light lunch at our Tearoom without paying admission to the hall or gardens, but welcome a donations (suggested £2.00 per person) to go towards the maintenance of our grounds and the upkeep of our facilities.
|Ticket type||Gardens||Hall, Servants' Quarters
|Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)||FREE||Adult £4.00
|Kelmarsh Garden Season Tickets||FREE||Adult £4.00
Membership cards may not apply on special event days, or for members coming as part of a group visit.
Please see our What’s On page for more details about events ahead of visiting.
Enjoy the gardens from April to the end of October with a garden season ticket, and see the displays and colours transform through the seasons. You can purchase a ticket from our visitor centre from the 14th April, or ahead of our general opening on 01604 686543.
Garden season tickets are valid during out regular opening days, and there is a small upgrade fee for admission to the hall and servants’ quarters, or a guided tour.
Download the Kelmarsh app, or borrow an Children's Activity Backpack from the visitor centre to enhance your families visit to the hall.
With a range of activities, the children's bags are avaliable for both the hall and the gardens. These are free to borrow, with a £10.00 deposit, from the visitor centre.
With built-in games and insight into the hall from the past inhabintants, the Kelmarsh app is the ideally addition to a family visit.
It can be used at stations in the hall, as well as downloadable to an apple device before your visit.
To install, search 'Kelmarsh Hall' in the app store, or click here.
Enjoy stories about the families who have lived at Kelmarsh since the 18th century, the construction of the hall in 1732 and how their lifestyles and tastes changed over the centuries with a guided tour.
When: Wednesday afternoons at 3.20pm and 3.45pm.
Length: Approximately 55 minutes
Location: A guided hall tour covers the nine principal rooms of the hall on the main floor
Price: A public tour is £2.50 for adults and free for children, in addition the entrance price
You can book a place on arrival in the Visitor Centre, and spaces are allocated on a first come, first serve basis. Groups wishing to book should contact the Estate Office on 01604 686543 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please note, that tour timings may be adjusted for operational or other purposes. Due to the narrow corridors and the interactive features for visitors ‘Below Stairs’ we do not currently lead tours of the servants’ quarters.