6 Oct

Candlelit Promenade Concert and Readings


Mowbray String Quartet play at Kiplin Hall's Candlelit Promenade ConcertPromenade through the candlelit Hall.  Listen to live music and hear readings from the books in Kiplin's Library.

£8 per person

£20 per person to include two-course supper.  Music by Candlelight at Kiplin Hall in October

Turn up on the night for the music, but if you would also like supper, places are limited in the Tea Room and advance booking is essential - 01748 818178.

6.00 - 9.30pm

21 Oct

Halloween Spooktacular

Kiplin Hall at NightFREE with admission to the Hall and Gardens.

Ghastly Ghouls and Haunting Ghosts at the Kiplin Hall Halloween Spooktacular!

Walk in the woods – if you dare! The Grey Lady of the Woods is searching for her lover, and who is that by the pond making her way to the summerhouse? The ghostly spectre by the pets’ graves could be Pickles, or is it Punch? Search the woods to find the apparitions hiding there, but beware, don’t go alone!!

In the house, round up the Dragons and take them up to the Mighty Wizard's Workshop!  Lots of scary (and not-so-scary) fun for children and grown-ups.

Halloween Spooktacular Saturday 21 October – Wednesday 25 October & Saturday 28 October - Wednesday 1 November 10am - 5pm

Gardens and Tea Room open 10am, House opens 11am. All close at 5pm.

 Normal admission prices apply.

Photograph Edwin Remsberg, University of Maryland

Children must be accompanied by an adult

30 Oct

Ghost Tours

Ghost Tours at Kiplin HallMonday 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 Hall: the echo of footsteps and sobbing in the ground floor Drawing Room; a woman in the long, narrow servants’ tunnel; a whiff of pipe smoke in the Second World War Kitchen; a hint of cologne detected in the Upper Drawing Room and many more unexplained tales that emanate from the past.

Kiplin Hall is steeped with the history of nearly four hundred years of life and death, and many spine-tingling accounts of eerie experiences have been recorded over the years.  Book early for these fascinating tours of Kiplin Hall and extraordinary tales of its ghostly inhabitants.

Booking is essential for the Ghost Tours as places are limited to 25 per tour. Cost is £11 for adults and £8 for children, who must be aged eight or over and not of a nervous disposition. 

Please telephone 01748 818178 or e-mail rosie@kiplinhall.co.uk to book.

Booking essential

Children must be accompanied by an adult

1 Dec

A Country House Christmas

Come and enjoy our great start to December and Christmas

A Country House Christmas at Kiplin HallThis year our chosen theme is A Country House Christmas, an Edwardian Christmas depicted in flowers and fresh greenery throughout the house.

Local flower clubs, Kiplin Volunteers and staff will decorate the Hall to welcome visitors for the Hall’s annual Christmas openings. Admire their handiwork and enjoy the atmosphere as you stroll through the house. A Country House Christmas at Kiplin Hall

Christmas Shopping*

Lots of original gift ideas and handmade crafts at the Christmas Gift Fair in the Maryland Study Centre. A relaxed and pleasant way to shop for original presents.

Tea Room*

A mouthwatering range of festive treats will be served in the Tea Room. 

 If the weather is fine enjoy a winter stroll in the gardens. 

Opening Times

Friday Saturday and Sunday 1, 2 & 3 December, 10am - 4pm 

Friday Saturday and Sunday 8, 9 & 10 December, 10am - 4pm

Admission to the Hall and Gardens: Adult £9.00, Concession £8.10, Child £4.80, Family (2 + 2) £23.60

* There is no admission charge for the Christmas Gift Fair in the Maryland Study Centre or admission to the Tea Room, which is located in the Hall.