Visits & Events
House & Gardens Accompanied Tour Only
Hilton Park is not a hotel. It is still a private and unique historic home. A member of the family will take the house and gardens tour throughout the year for groups of 10 or more people with prior arrangement.
The tour brings to life nearly 300 years of one family. Beginning with an introduction to the history of the house and the Madden family, visitors are guided through the rooms where nearly 300 years of ancestral portraits still grace the walls. Visitors will experience the history of the house as it passed from generation to generation, a family of philanthropists, adventurers, politicians, soldiers, before being led round the historic gardens and walled kitchen garden.
If you are a special interest group or just wishing to organise a larger tour group please enquire via email or telephone to book your date. We are happy to accommodate larger groups also.
Generally, access to an historic house comes with its fair share of challenges, especially as the building is so old. Access into the house is not level and there is no lift inside.
We try to accommodate in every way possible, so please contact us in advance of visiting to help us understand your specific needs regarding accessibility.
Open Air Theatre 2020 Summer Programme
Sunday 28th June *******CANCELLED due to COVID 19********
Midsummers Night’s Dream presented by Chapterhouse theatre company
“Entertaining and professional. The best performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream I have ever seen”
7pm Gates open at 5pm
Saturday 11th July *********CANCELLED due to COVID 19*********** Rescheduled to summer 2021
Mr Stink “Mr Stink” – David Walliams, adapted by David Kerby-Kendall.
A heart-warming story of friendship across the generations with all the wit and charm you would expect from a David Walliams’ story. Highly recommended for a family audience.
2pm Gates open at 1pm
Saturday 18th July************CANCELLED due to COVID 19*********** Rescheduled to summer 2021
Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, adapted by Lowell Walker.
Don your 1920s rags, and get your cocktail glass at the ready! The bitter-sweet love story of Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan: an intimate tale of impossible love, dreams and tragedy. Served up with a twist of iconic Heartbreak style, we will create a fun environment in which to celebrate 100 years of Prohibition in the 80th year since the author’s death. There will be opportunities for dancing for all!
7pm Gates open at 6pm