• Visiting Harvington Hall
  • Opening Times and Admission Prices


The priest-hides were built in the time of Humphrey Pakington, at the end of the 16th Century, when it was high treason for a Catholic priest to be in England. The hiding places at Harvington are the finest surviving series in England, and four of them, all sited round the Great Staircase, show the trademarks of the master builder of such places, Nicholas Owen, who was at work from 1588 onwards.

Visiting Harvington Hall


From 3rd March 2018

Wednesday to Sunday
11:30am to 4:30pm


Please note that the Hall and Tea Room will be closed on Good Friday, 30th March.

Visiting Harvington Hall


Wednesday to Sunday
11:30am to 5:00pm


Please note that the Hall & Tea Room will be closed on Saturday 16th June, Saturday 21st July & Sunday 9th September.

Please note that the Hall will be closed on Sunday 2nd September 2018 for the Annual Pilgrimage & Mass for the English Martyrs. The Tea Room will be open until 3.00pm.

Please note that the Tea Room will be closed on Saturday 10th August & Thursday 11th October due to a private function. Light refreshments will be available elsewhere on site.

Visiting Harvington Hall


Until 4th November 2018

Wednesday to Sunday
11:30am to 4:30pm


There are currently no special closures during October or November. Occasionally the Hall may be closed for a function, please ring for up-to-date information, check the diary listings on the website or refer to the current leaflet.

Guided tours run daily and are included in the admission price. Tours usually run at 12.00pm and 2.00pm, subject to availability.


Harvington Hall Map

The Hall’s post code is: DY10 4LR. / Grid. Ref. SO877745.

The Hall is situated three miles south-east of Kidderminster, about half a mile east of the A450 Birmingham to Worcester road and about half-a-mile north of the A448 from Kidderminster to Bromsgrove.

Harvington Hall, Harvington, Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY10 4LR


Inclusive Ticket (Hall, Malt House Visitor Centre & Gardens)

Adults: £9.00
Children (5-16): £5.00
Senior Citizens: £8.00
Family (2 adults, 3 children): £25.00
There is no charge if you just want to visit the Tea Room.

Gardens & Malt House Visitor Centre Only

Adult: £3.50
Children: £1.50
Senior Citizen: £2.50

Special guided tour rates for groups of 20 or more (who are welcome throughout the year) are £7.50pp during normal opening times and £8.50 pp outside those times.

We’re one of the attractions around the UK that allow Blue Peter badge holders to enter FREE of charge when accompanied by a full paying adult.


Free Parking, Gift Shop, Moatside Tea Room (serving coffee, light lunches and afternoon teas).

Disabled access to gardens, ground floor of Hall and Malt House Visitor Centre, shop and restaurant. Visitors who find the stairs difficult may like to watch the a video about the Hall and Malt House on the ground floor of the Malt House Visitor Centre. A virtual tour is also available upon request.

Guide dogs only due to the compact and enclosed nature of the grounds.

In order to protect the historic fixtures and fittings of this Grade I Listed building, we request that large rucksacks are not brought into the Hall if at all possible.