Kiplin Hall

This intriguing Jacobean house was built for George Calvert, Secretary of State to James I and founder of Maryland, USA.

Since it was built in 1619, the house has belonged to four fascinating families, connected by blood or marriage. Former owners had royal connections including King John, James I, and Charles I and II.

Throughout the centuries alterations and additions have been made to the house and gardens, including a large extension that housed a Gothic drawing room, designed in 1818 by the noted architect, P.F. Robinson. This room was altered later in the century to designs by W.E. Nesfield, to create a library with rooms above.

The house is packed with the furniture, portraits, paintings, objects and personalia of the families who lived here. Visitors are welcomed into a home that they could imagine has only just been vacated by its Victorian owners!


21 Oct

Halloween Spooktacular

FREE with admission to the Hall and Gardens. Ghastly Ghouls and Haunting Ghosts at the Kiplin Hall Halloween Spooktacular! Walk in the woods – if you…

30 Oct

Ghost Tours

Monday and Tuesday, 30th and 31st October Tours start at 6.00pm and 8.00pm Many tales are told of sounds, smells and sightings in and around the historic…

1 Dec

A Country House Christmas

Come and enjoy our great start to December and Christmas This year our chosen theme is A Country House Christmas, an Edwardian Christmas depicted in flowers…

This month at Kiplin Hall



Halloween Fun this October 

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Opening Times

Gardens, Parkland, Children's Play Area and Tea Room

Saturday to Wednesday 10.00am to 5.00pm (Closed Thursday and Friday) until 1 November.

2017 Exhibition: Home Sweet Home - The Houses of Kiplin's Widespread Families

Included free in admission to the House and Gardens.

Hall Now Open

The Hall is open Saturday - Wednesday 11.00am - 5.00pm (closed Thursday and Friday except open on Good Friday) until 1 November