Hatfield House is a stunning country house set in a gorgeous, massive park with lots of greenery in Hertfordshire. The present Jacobean house, a leading example of the prodigy house, was built in 1611 by Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury and Chief Minister to King James I and has been the home of the Cecil family ever since. It’s a stunning building which reflects its history and has a lot of character, making it a prime example of a Jacobean house.
Free General & Disabled Parking at this event with each occupant in the vehicle requiring a valid entry ticket to the event, then you walk into the audience arena. You cannot stay in your vehicle in this area.
Park&Stay Parking (Was drive-in)* – You park and drive into a designated bay with a clear view of the Firework Displays. You also need valid entry tickets per adult/child in the car. You will have a space beside your vehicle to set up chairs and a picnic should you wish to do so.
Gazebo permits allow you a 3m x 3m space to erect your own gazebo. Gazebo permit not possible with Park&Stay.
Event Postcode is AL9 5AE (Walk In) – AL9 5PG (Car Entrance) – . When Close to the venue, our road signs will be on show for directions into the event.