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Historic House

Hammerwood Park

Hammerwood Park

Address

Hammerwood,
East Grinstead,
West Sussex,
RH19 3QE

Details

The first house built by Latrobe, the architect of the White House in Washington. It achieved infamy in the hands of the rock group Led Zeppelin in the 1970s and is now a family home which has been largely restored together with the parkland.

The hall has been decorated by a leading European muralist and the original gilt decoration of the Grand Ballroom is being restored. Two pipe organs, pianos and concerts bring the house to life. School visitors enjoy the copy of the Parthenon Frieze.

Conferences Guided Tours: Obligatory Suitability for Dogs: In grounds Accommodation: B&B

Opening details

Hammerwood Park is open to the public at the following times: Saturdays, Wednesdays and Bank Holidays,
from the beginning of June to the end of September. 2pm - 5:30pm The tour starts at 2:05pm. Private visits may be arranged at other times and school visits are welcome. Visiting by coaches of more than 20 seats is limited.

Prices

Admission: £6, £1.50 Children. Coaches (21 seats or more) by appointment only.

Location

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Map reference: TQ 438391  Lat: 51.13312 Long: 0.05388

Facilities

Conferences Guided Tours: Obligatory Suitability for Dogs: In grounds Accommodation: B&B