FAQs about Capesthorne Hall
When is Capesthorne Hall open?
The Hall, Gardens, and Woodland Walk will re-open on 3rd April 2022 on Sundays and Mondays from 12:00pm to 5:00pm.
Do I need to book my tickets in advance?
Online booking is preferably so we can manage capacity.
Do I need to print out my tickets?
No, but you will need to show the gateman your ticket on your phone screen before entering.
Are dogs allowed at Capesthorne Hall?
Dogs are welcome at Capesthorne and are allowed on all areas except the lawned gardens. They must be kept on a lead at all times due to local livestock and in consideration of other guests.
What should I look out for in the Gardens and Woodland Walk?
The grounds and lakes are bursting with wildlife and activity at this time of year, great for little ones. Around the lakes you might see moorhens, coots, oystercatchers, carp and on a sunny day you may see the terrapins sun-bathing on the lily pads. The hedgerows and ancient woodland are home for many species of wildlife, such as butterflies, moths, birds, bats and dormice. They also provide nesting and roosting sites for many of our familiar garden birds such as the Dunnock and Greenfinch. As the Hall is over 300 years old there are many historical and interesting features around the grounds such as the Ice House and Swallow Hole.
Any further questions?
Please call us on 01625 861221 or email us via email@example.com