Welcome to Holker Hall & Gardens
Holker is the home of Lucy Cavendish and her husband Tor McLaren who extend a warm welcome to all visitors. Magnificently situated only a short distance from Grange-over-Sands and the expanse of Morecambe Bay, the Estate is set in exceptionally beautiful countryside with gardens that merge into parkland, framed by the Lakeland Hills.
Following the Government guidance, we are happy to confirm our 2021 season will continue to run as follows:
Wednesday 19th May – Indoor & outdoor seating available in the courtyard and Cafe.
Wednesday 23rd June – Hall opens for hourly guided tours.
Café / Gardens / Gift Shop – Wednesday-Sunday, 10.30am – 5pm
Hall – Wednesday-Friday, 11am – 4pm
(Please note that the Hall will be running pre-booked guided tours on the hour. These are available to book via the ‘Book Tickets’ button on our website. These must be booked no later than 24 hours in advance)
Of course, these dates are subject to change dependent on Government guidance and we will update you of any developments.
Hall & Gardens – £13 (must be pre-booked)
Gardens & Parkland – £9
Children under 16 – FREE
Single Season Ticket – £30
Double Season Ticket – £45
Annual Pass – £18
Latest News FROM HOLKER HALL & GARDENS
22nd April 2021
We’re excited to announce our calendar of theatre events through summer 2021! Kicking us off are Pendle Productions with their renditions of Wind in the Willows showing on Saturday 5th June and The Railway Children on Sunday 6th June. We will be making the most of our surroundings and the performances will take place nightly […]
30th March 2021
The moment you’ve all been waiting for finally arrives tomorrow, the 31st March! The gates will once again be open and we can’t wait to see all your wonderful faces and welcome you back with open arms – albeit at a distance! From tomorrow, our Gardens and Cafe will be open from 10.30am-5pm. The cafe […]
17th March 2021
2020 was a difficult year for us all and unfortunately, it was also the final year for the iconic Monkey Puzzle tree located within Holker’s Gardens. The Monkey Puzzle was first planted 176 years ago, back in 1844 by William Lobb for Joseph Paxton when it was a mere seed brought back from Chile. Unbelievably […]