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Lamport Hall & Gardens

Historic House
A charming Grade I listed building, Lamport Hall has an eclectic history that includes, amongst others, a blind bibliophile, an eccentric Victorian, a Hollywood star, and a whole range of wives and daughters. The characters of Lamport are what bring its history alive.

Where is Lamport Hall & Gardens located?

This hidden gem is to be found off the A508, in the Northamptonshire countryside, between Northampton and Market Harborough.

What is the history of Lamport Hall & Gardens to the present day?

Lamport Hall was originally home to the Ishams, a grand Northamptonshire family, and remained the family home until 1976. The Hall is home to a number of family collections, including the treasures brought back by Sir Thomas Isham from his Grand Tour. Also on display is Lampy, the very first garden gnome to be imported from Germany, back in 1846. Lamport Hall has undergone extensive restoration, and makes for an excellent day out.

What is there to see and do at Lamport Hall & Gardens?

- Beautiful, historic house - 10 acres of stunning gardens - Medieval parish church - Through the Ages Exhibition - Lamport Revealed - Museum of Rural Life

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Disabled Access

Guided Tours

Facilities & information




Disabled Access

Guided Tours

Extra info

Open Times: From 1st March gardens only. Hall and gardens open from 1st April to 31st October Weds and Thurs only. Access to house by guided tour only at 1:45pm and 2:30pm. BH Suns & Mons + Oct 13th & 14th free flow access 1-4pm. Garden guided tours on the 1st Wed of the month at 1.15pm.

Price Details: House & Garden: Adult £9.00, OAP £8.50, Child (11-14) £4.00. Garden only: Adult £6.00, OAP £5.50, Child (11-18) £3.00.

Arrival information and directions

Address: Lamport, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NorthamptonNN6 9HD, United Kingdom

On A508 Northampton to Market Harborough Road.

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