- Bakewell, Derbyshire
- 4 Weekends from 16th Nov 2023
- 10:00am - 5:00pm
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- Haddon Hall
- Difficult for wheelchair users and those of restricted mobility. There are many different levels to this market. Dogs are not allowed on the grounds.
- Onsite car park and price included in fee for entrance.
- Toilets All Indoor
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- Derbyshire , West Midlands , East Midlands
The Mercatum Winter Artisan Market at Haddon Hall is set within the historic Haddon Hall Hall and is the perfect opportunity to start your festive shopping.
Haddon Hall is a beautiful English country house located on the River Wye, near Bakewell in Derbyshire. The Hall itself is formed of a medieval manor house, with the origins of the hall lying in the 11th century, with additions at various stages between the 13th and the 17th centuries, latterly in the Tudor style, making this gorgeous historic home a wonderful place to visit - and a great venue for an artisan market!
The Hall is a former seat of the Dukes of Rutland. It is now the home of Lord Edward Manners (brother of the incumbent Duke) and his family. Lord & Lady Edward Manners cordially invite you to join them for Haddon Hall’s Winter Mercatum 2023. This is an exquisite Christmas market and a perfect opportunity to wander the grounds of Haddon Hall at Christmas to buy presents or treat yourself to something unique. Our street food area and restaurant has something for everyone.
Entry to the Mercatum Winter Artisan Market at Haddon Hall will be £9.50 per person includes parking (children under 16 can enter for free). Tickets will be available to pre-book on our website from October or you may pay at the ticket office on arrival.
No dogs allowed on site.
Morning Ticket: 9.30am-1.00pm (Car park opens at 8.30am)
Afternoon Ticket: 1.30pm-5.00pm (Last admission 4.15pm)
Adults £9.50 pp (includes parking)
Children (0-4yrs) free/(5-15yrs) £2.50
Green Travel Ticket - Available to buy on the day, at the Ticket Office, on proof of travel by bike or bus.
Adults £6.50/children free - all day entry