Euston Hall reopens between the hours of 10am and 2pm from May to September in 2019*
This delightful stately home has a rich history which is reflected in the many treasures and artefacts contained within its walls. Perhaps best of all is the splendid art collection, largely collected by the Earl of Arlington who built Euston Hall between 1670 and 1676. The 12th Duke and Duchess of Grafton extend a warm welcome to you from their family home, Euston Hall, where their predecessors have lived for over 350 years.
There are three Hall tours per day* 10.30am, 11.30am and 12.30pm (please report to the entrance hall 10 minutes prior) including the ability to visit the tranquil Gardens, the Pleasure Grounds, the Church and Watermill.
Tickets for the ‘Garden Only’ option includes access to everything, including the Tea Room, but strictly no access to Euston Hall unless you are part of a Tour.
Teas, coffees and light refreshments are available in the volunteer run Old Kitchen Tea Room (cash only) until 2pm. All proceeds for the local St. Peter’s Church in Fakenham Magna.
Euston Hall is a private home. All profits resulting from the open days are donated to local charities via The Suffolk Community Foundation.
Entrance to the Estate is via the Park entrance, located at postcode IP24 2QH.
*On days when Euston Hall welcome large pre-booked groups, availability of tours will be affected. These details are published on their website www.eustonhall.co.uk