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Harvington Hall, Kidderminster, Worcestershire

Harvington Hall
Harvington
Kidderminster
Worcestershire

DY10 4LR | View map
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Harvington Hall is an Elizabethan moated Manor House with the country's finest series of priests hiding places and original Elizabethan wall paintings. There are charming gardens running down to the moat and a tiny herb garden based on an original design.

Guided tours are available during opening times and groups and schools are welcome at all times of the year. There is a tea room serving morning coffee, light lunches and afternoon teas and also a well stocked gift shop available. Ground floor, garden, shop and tea room accessible for disabled visitors, as is the Malt House Visitor Centre which houses an audio-viual presentation of the history of the Hall.

There are many events throughout the year, including Living History Weekends, a Murder Mystery Evening, Classical Concert and Outdoor Plays, all are listed in the Diary on the website

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Nearest UK Airport: Birmingham
Months Open: March to October Wednesdays to Sundays.

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