Welcome to Forty Hall Forty Hall is a Grade 1 Listed Jacobean Manor House in Enfield, North London, set amidst an idyllic estate and landscape. The house was built by Sir Nicholas Rainton between 1629 and 1632.
When and Where to Find Us Bus
10 minute walk from the roundabout on Myddelton Avenue: 191 or W10.
20 minute walk from Turkey Street. 191 bus from Enfield Town, Enfield Chase or Southbury.
Free onsite parking. Disabled bays located in the main car park.
The incredible Farm is run by Capel Manor College. Enjoy the animals, London’s only organic commercial vineyard, orchard and market garden Wednesday – Friday.
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Inside the Hall you have the choice of the Great Hall, the Long Gallery, Viccary Room, Walters Room and more.
The Hall, with its stunning period rooms, is available for hire and is an ideal venue for conferences, weddings, parties, workshops and events.
WHITEWEBBS GOLF CLUB
Take amazing vegetables, salads, eggs and free-range meat away with you from the Farm Shop, open 11am – 4pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Nice Green Café
307 or 121 from Oakwood (Piccadilly Line) to Enfield Town then 191 bus.
Forty Hall Farm
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Opening Times We are open Tuesday to Sunday during all Enfield School Holidays Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day Winter time: 1st November – 31st December 2018 Open Thursday to Sunday 11am – 4pm
Visit the cafe serving teas, coffee and delicious seasonal refreshments in a beautifully decorated relaxing space. Open daily, 10am – 4pm between 1st November – 31st March and 10am – 6pm during 1st April – 31st October.
Spring time: 6th January – 31st March 2019 Open Saturdays and Sundays 11am – 4pm Summer time: 1st April – 31st October 2019 Open Thursday to Sunday 11am – 5pm Forty Hall Estate, Forty Hill, Enfield, EN2 9HA www.fortyhallestate.co.uk
Winter | Spring 2019 Hall, Coach House, Café, Shop, Farm, Gardens & Parkland www.fortyhallestate.co.uk
New for Winter Spring 2019 Fresh as daisies, the spring season brings amazing new exhibitions for you to enjoy. Delving into different experiences, discover more about the lives of past children who lived and worked at the Hall. Alongside, a local artist shares their interpretation of Forty Hall’s beauty.
Children of Forty Hall This exhibition portrays the experience of children at Forty Hall through subtle displays set in the period rooms, giving a fascinating glimpse into the Hall’s past.
January – April 2019 Events
Hall and Museum From private residence to public heritage site, step inside and experience the story of the glorious Hall.
January Forty Hall through the Lens
Saturday 12th, 10am – 1pm, £30
Children of Forty Hall Estate
Beautifully crafted furniture, portraits, archaeological finds, children’s activities, audio and exhibits tell the story of the families who once owned the Hall and Estate. A range of school sessions and special interest tours provide a further understanding of the Hall’s unique history. Permanent Exhibition Beautiful Features
Forty Hall: An Urban sketchers View
Saturday 9th – Sunday 31st March, opening hours, Free
Calligraphy Workshop – Uncial Writing Saturday 9th, 11am – 3pm, £45
Forty Hall through the Lens
Sunday 10th, 10am – 1pm, £30
Weaving and Identity Looms – Children’s Workshop
Saturday 23rd, 11am – 3pm, £65
Forty Hall: An Urban Sketchers View
March Forty Hall through the Lens
Sunday 3rd, 10am – 1pm, £30
Mother’s Day Flower Arranging Workshop
Forty Hall Gift Shop
Saturday 30th, 9am – 12pm, £55
Mother’s Day Concert performed by The Big Choir Sunday 31st, 2pm, £15
Saturday 9th February – Sunday 31st March
Saturday 13th, 9.30am – 5pm, £100
My Home Forty Hall: In Conversation with Andrew and Simon Parker Bowles
Sunday 7th April, £5
Learn to Sew Using a Sewing Machine with the Avid Seamstress
Saturday 19th January – Sunday 31st March
Come and hear the brothers Andrew and Simon Parker Bowles share their stories of mischief and adventure at Forty Hall!
Saturday 19th – Sunday 31st March, opening hours, Free
Wednesday 20th, 10.30am – 12pm & 1pm – 2.30pm, £5 in advance £7 on the door
Come and see what a child’s encounter and understanding of Forty Hall Estate may have been in bygone eras.
A new exhibition of ink drawings by Mr Nicky Yianni, an Enfield based artist who became inspired by local architecture. Nicky has captured Forty Hall from many different angles and delves into varied detail. Exhibiting at the Hall for the first time, the public can also enjoy his beautiful drawings.
Gardens and Parkland
Located on the ground floor of the Hall the Forty Hall Gift Shop is the place to get a unique present, children’s toys, historical and heritage memorabilia, Forty Hall branded items, greeting cards or stunning homeware.
My Home Forty Hall: In Conversation with Andrew and Simon Parker Bowles Sunday 7th, 2pm – 3pm, £5
Book tickets online at www.fortyhallestate.co.uk or call 020 8807 6680.
The 79 acre Grade II listed historic grounds of the Estate are open, free and waiting to be explored. They consist of an ornamental lake, medieval fishing ponds and stream, a children’s play area, a walled garden, pleasure grounds, flora and fauna and meadows. The Estate is home to reputedly one of the oldest Cedar of Lebanon trees in England and the site of Elsyng Palace. Walled Garden
What's on at Forty Hall January - April 2019