Hinchingbrooke House to reopen in August

With an array of local attractions opening around Pringle Farm, Hinchingbrooke House is one of the historical venues that have made plans to reopen to the public.

In addition to being an events and wedding venue, the rich history of the house attracts visitors for guided tours each year. The July openings have been cancelled due to the constraints of the coronavirus pandemic, but the House will re-open to the public on Sunday, August 2 at 2pm and will also be open on August 9, 16, 23 and 30.

As a home to a Sixth Form during the week, guided tours are provided by former students and staff, for which there is a small charge, children go free. The guides explain how the House changed its use over the centuries, how the fourth Earl invented the famous sandwich and visitors can admire the magnificent rooms, library and paintings.

At the end of the tour, tea and cakes are available in the former dining room of the Montagu family. House visitors can also stroll round the extensive grounds and visit the rose garden.

Hinchingbrooke House is home to a vast array of events, weddings and meeting spaces. Only 6 miles away from Pringle Farm, this grade II listed building has a rich history – including being home to the Cromwell family. From music shows and comedians to their famous Halloween Horror House, Hinchingbrooke House has frequent events for Pringle Farm guests to enjoy. To find out more about Hinchingbrooke House, visit their website.

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