Pay once visit all season Plan your visit House In 2015, visitors who purchase a House, Park and West Garden or a West Garden and Park ticket will be entitled to a free upgrade to their ticket to a Park and West Garden Season Ticket, which will enable them to come back to the Park and West Garden throughout the Visitor Season as often as they like. Before leaving Hatfield Park, visitors will need to fill in their name, agree to the terms and conditions, and have the back of their ticket stamped; this can be done at the House Reception, any ticketing point (after 1pm) or in the Gift Shop. On returning to the Park or West Garden on another occasion, the bearer of the Season Ticket will need to show their ticket along with a form of official ID to a member of ticketing staff to gain access. For the Season Ticket to be valid the date purchased must match the date stamped on the back of the ticket. For full terms and conditions please see the website www.hatfield-house.co.uk/payonce West Garden Visit the State Rooms Stroll through the Lime and the Victorian Kitchen. and Holly Walks, formal Open 11am to 4.30pm, parterres, yew houses, last entry is at 3.30pm. Knot, Woodland and Longitude Gardens. Stable Yard Restaurant Park Park walks leaflets are available from all ticketing points. Pick up yours and discover three lovely walks. East Garden Relax in Stable Yard and Morning coffee, Lord and Lady enjoy a unique shopping afternoon tea, hot lunches, Salisbury’s private garden experience in all the sandwiches, soup, salads is open to the public on different shops on offer. and wonderful homemade Wednesdays. baked goods. Additional charge applies. Return visits using the Hatfield House Season Tickets are not valid during major events. Please check the Season Ticket page on the website before visiting. Opening Times Mon Tue Wed House 11am to 4.30pm** r r a a a a a a West Garden, Park, Farm, Stable Yard Shops & Coach House Restaurant 10am to 5.30pm r a a a a a a a East Garden 11am to 4.30pm r Thu Fri Sat Sun BHM Hatfield Park Farm Wander amongst the paddocks and meet all the different breeds at Hatfield Park Farm. Additional charge applies. r a r r r r Bloody Hollow Old Palace The Children’s Play Area When not in use for in Bloody Hollow contains functions, tours of the a scale model of Hatfield Old Palace can be booked House to play in, on and at any ticketing point. round. r **Last Entry is at 3.30pm Hatfield House is proud to be a member of the Treasure Houses of England. www.treasurehouses.co.uk Email: [email protected] Tel: 01707 287010 Hatfield House, Hatfield, Herts, AL9 5NQ www.hatfield-house.co.uk St Etheldreda’s Veteran Trees St Etheldreda’s Church is A guide to the veteran accessible via Fore Street trees in Hatfield Park is Lodge. Opening times vary available from ticketing and depend on volunteers points and the Gift Shop and church services. for £1.50. Queen Elizabeth Oak Do not miss the chance to see the spot where Queen Elizabeth I was informed that she was to become Queen. www.hatfield-house.co.uk Visitor Guide 2015 Public Safety 19 Map 18 1. George’s Gate 2. Car and Coach Park 3. Cycle racks 4. Bloody Hollow Children’s Play Area 5. Hatfield Park Farm 6. Church Hall 7. St Etheldreda’s Church 5 3 20 2 Parkland: Please be aware that the ground may be uneven and occasionally branches may fall from trees. T Traffic: Please proceed with caution when driving and observe the 20mph speed limit. 4 17 Contains the Salisbury Chapel and tombs. 8. The Old Palace 9. Fore Street Lodge 10. Hatfield Real Tennis Club 11. Restaurant 12. Riding School Conference Centre 13. Stable Yard Shops 14. North Front Renaissance Sculpture by Angela Conner. 6 21 14 15 8 1 16 Fire: Smoking is not permitted inside buildings. When the siren sounds, or there are any indications of fire, visitors in buildings will be evacuated to a safe place. Please be aware of the risk of fire in the Park and Woodland, especially during periods of hot dry weather. 7 9 11 15. West Garden Entrance 16. Old Palace Garden 17. Sundial Garden 18. Woodland Garden 19.Viewing Bay 20. South Front 21. East Garden Entrance T 10 12 General: Cycling, Skateboarding, roller skating, swimming, camping, fires and barbecues are not permitted in the Park or Garden. 13 Open Wednesday only 22. Elephant Dell 23. Hatfield Park 24. Elizabeth Oak Where Elizabeth I learned of her accession to the throne of England in 1558. From the location of point 24. Walk down the Avenue away from the House. Turn right and follow the line of trees for about 400m. 25. Station Lodge Pedestrian entrance T Ticket Kiosks Lavatories 20 Private Areas Pedestrians: Visitors should be aware of traffic moving around the Park and Estate roads. Weather: During extreme bad weather, the Park may be closed and visitors asked to leave. 22 23 24 Start of the Park Walks T 25 Accidents: Should you need assistance at any time during your visit, please contact a member of staff who will be happy to help. All accidents should be reported to our staff before leaving the Estate. Feedback: Please sign the Visitor Book on leaving the House or email us [email protected] Your comments and observations are much appreciated.
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