Washington Old Hall
Washington Old Hall is a 17th century manor house, built on the foundations of a 13th century building. It is steeped in history and nestled in the heart of Washington. The building was saved by the affections and hard work of the local community in the 1930’s and offers information of the American connection, 17th textiles and furniture, reflections of Washington as a home over the centuries including tenement life.
The gardens are small but contrasting. Discover the dramatic 17th century parterre, new apple orchard, and the wilds of the nuttery. The nuttery is a nut orchard comprising of hazels (cobs and filberts) and a handful of almond trees. Find out more about our ongoing nature conservation work offering regular events and activities for all the family throughout the season.
Facilities: The garden has a tearoom, toilets and also has a lift making them fully accessible to wheelchair users.
Opening Times: From April until the end of October
Sunday to Wednesday
Gardens 10 – 5
Tearoom 10 – 4
Costs: The hall has an admission charge to none National Trust members. Our gardens are free to enter.
Photo Credits: © Washington Old Hall / National Trust
For further information please visit: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk