Visit Hatfield House in Hertfordshire

Looking for the perfect day out in Hertfordshire? With over 400 years of history, Hatfield Park invites you to escape into the past and enjoy a perfect day out. Explore the picture perfect Gardens dating from the early 17th Century, when Robert Cecil employed John Tradescant the Elder to collect plants from all over Europe for his new home. Then step inside the stunning Hatfield House-the current home to the 7th Marquess and Marchioness of Salisbury and you will find the iconic Queen Elizabeth Rainbow Portrait overlooking the stunning Marble Hall.

Why should I visit Hatfield House in Hertfordshire?

Whether you are visiting London or Hertfordshire, it is just a short journey from London King’s Cross station, and easily accessible from the A1. With on-site dining, boutiques and more to enjoy, it’s the perfect day out for everyone.

Explore the Staple Yard shops to take home beautifully designed gifts, toys and treats! Visitors can relax at the River Cottage Kitchen and Deli which serves a variety of food throughout the day.

  • Hatfield House: open 11am – 4pm
  • Hatfield Gardens: open 10:30am- 5pm
  • The Park and Woodland Walk: 10:30-5pm

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