Join our Gardener, Wil Goodridge on a tour around Middleton Hall’s vibrant eighteenth-century Walled Garden, Herb Garden and Orchard where you will discover nature and history combined.
Middleton Hall was the home of seventeenth-century naturalists, Francis Willughby and John Ray who made ground-breaking discoveries into the natural world. It is fitting that nature remains at the heart of their home centuries on, boasting a Walled Garden and a thirty-acre Site of Special Scientific Interest.
On your tour with Wil, you will discover how horticulture and history intertwine at our fantastic estate.
Dates & times
Garden tours will take place at midday on:
- Saturday 22 May
- Sunday 20th June
Discover our fascinating history and meet the extraordinary people who have made Middleton Hall their home.
You will be led by an expert volunteer tour guide who will take you from the Estate’s Medieval origins all the way through to the present day. From arctic explorers to incredible naturalists, our history and architecture is quirky, unique and truly wonderful.
Dates & times
Hall tours will take place at midday on:
- Wednesday 19th May
- Saturday 19th June
- Wednesday 23rd June
- Wednesday 14th July
- Saturday 31st July
Our Standard Adult Admission price is £7.00 (£7.70 with Gift Aid).
There is an additional charge of £5.00 (£5.50 with Gift Aid) per person for the Garden Tour.
As group sizes are limited to six people, our tours are for adults only.
Please book your standard entrance ticket online and then call or email our office to reserve your space on the tour. You will be asked to pay the additional tour charge of £5.00 per person on arrival.
If you are a Season Pass holder, you should book your free entry ticket online for the date of the tour and call or email us to reserve your space on the Garden tour. Your admission is free, but you will be charged £5.00 per person for the tour.
This page will be updated if and when tours are sold out.