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Coach Outing to Knebworth House and Much Hadham

29th June 2019

Knebworth House

In June the Society’s outing is to Knebworth House and Much Hadham, and this will take place on Saturday 29th.

Knebworth has been home to the Lytton family for over 500 years.  The visit includes a guided tour of the house and a viewing of the Indian Raj exhibition. There should also be time to visit the extensive gardens which originally date back to the sixteenth century.

After lunch the trip moves on to the beautiful village of Much Hadham and its Forge Museum which includes a working forge which visitors are sometimes lucky enough to view.  Tucked away inside Forge House is a room of Elizabethan wall paintings. Unique in their subject matter and of international significance, all visitors can see the wall paintings featuring The Judgement of Solomon, the Royal Arms of Elizabeth and the Newce family arms.

Much Hadham was the Manor of the Bishops of London for 900 years and their summer palace was the birthplace of the Tudor dynasty. There is a beautiful village church, which houses the only stained-glass window ever designed by Henry Moore, and his stone carvings adorn the doorway to the bell tower too.


The cost for this outing is £36 including coach, Knebworth entry, guided tour, coffee/biscuits on arrival, and entry to Forge Museum.

Members of Historic Houses and Art Fund may be entitled to reductions, based on the total number attending, so if this affects you do please get in touch before booking.

Please state your email address when booking, if you have one (or enclose an SSAE), to receive updates/meeting details and give a ‘phone number where you can be contacted in the event of any last-minutes changes. To check availability of places if wanting to make a late booking call/text 07757 414 363 or email hornseyhistoricalevents@gmail.com.

Make your cheques payable to Hornsey Historical Society and send to: HHS Events, 13A Palmerston Road, Bowes Park N22 8QH.



29th June 2019
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Hornsey Historical Society