Heaton Hall Houses
Heaton Hall is a magnificent 18th century neo-classical country house set in 650 acres of rolling parkland. The Hall is Grade 1 listed and its interiors have been beautifully restored to reflect late 18th and early 19th century life at Heaton. The ornate plasterwork was executed by the firm of Joseph Rose II of York and the fine mahogany doors and much of the furniture came from Gillow of Lancaster. An Italian artist, Biagio Rebecca, was responsible for most of the decorative paintings, including the famous Pompeiian Cupola Room and the case for the chamber organ built by Samuel Green.
The Hall is now listed Grade 1, in recognition of its importance as one of the finest neo-classical houses in the country. Over the past fifteen years, the principal rooms have been gradually restored and appropriate furnishings acquired to reflect the styles of the period.
After visiting Heaton Hall, you may like to take advantage of some of the other facilities and attractions the Park has to offer, including the Horticultural Centre, Farm Centre, Tram Museum, woodland, boating lake, golf course and lots of sports and leisure activities.
Saturday 10 April - Sunday 3 October, Wednesdays to Sundays & Bank Holidays.
AddressHeaton Park, Prestwich, Lancashire, M25 2SW
Opening timesEaster - Oct
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