The 1620s House And Garden Coalville

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May merriment at The 1620s House And Garden

May merriment

    Project Digby at The 1620s House And Garden

    Project Digby

    • The 1620s House And Garden Coalville
    • Tuesday 15th - Tuesday 29th May
    • Designed and developed in partnership with Autism East Midlands for individuals on the Autism Spectrum Disorder (11 - 15 year olds).
      Green man hunt at The 1620s House And Garden

      Green man hunt

        Project Digby at The 1620s House And Garden

        Project Digby

        • The 1620s House And Garden Coalville
        • Wednesday 30th - Wednesday 13th June
        • Designed and developed in partnership with Autism East Midlands for individuals on the Autism Spectrum Disorder (11 - 15 year olds).
          The witch finder's sister talk - Beth Underdown at The 1620s House And Garden

          The witch finder's sister talk - Beth Underdown

          • The 1620s House And Garden Coalville
          • Wednesday 30th May
          • Join author Beth Underdown for a reading and talk on her award-winning book 'The Witch Finder's Sister'.
            Green man hunt at The 1620s House And Garden

            Green man hunt

              Outdoor Theatre: Pride and Prejudice  at The 1620s House And Garden

              Outdoor Theatre: Pride and Prejudice

              • The 1620s House And Garden Coalville
              • Saturday 14th July
              • Hoorah! Heartbreak Productions is pleased to announce that the Prince Regent is coming to visit. You are hereby required to attend an etiquette lesson hosted by

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                The 1620s House And Garden venue information

                The 1620s House and Garden at Donington le Heath, formerly Donington le Heath Manor House, has undergone a stunning refurbishment in order to tell the story of its former owners and residents.

                This rare and beautiful house is a surviving example of a family home built in the 13th century and then modernised in 1618. The house has been home to many families over its 700 year history, but the Digby family, which included the Gunpowder Plotter Sir Everard Digby, lived in the house for over two hundred years. It is towards the end of the Digby ownership that the newly refurbished house is focused, showing how people lived in late Elizabethan and early Jacobean times.

                Visitors can now see the beautifully restored period rooms and talk to our volunteers about the history of the house, the families that lived here and about life in the 1620s. The house is set in beautiful 17th century style gardens with labelled plants and flowers, an orchard, herb gardens and a maze.

                Visitors can also enjoy light refreshments in the tea room, where a range of merchandise is also available.

                The site will continue its lively series of events that use re-enactment, crafts, hands-on activities, drama and specialist demonstrations to interpret the history of the site and life at the time.

                Venue contact details and info

                Name: The 1620s House And Garden

                Address: Manor Road, Coalville, LE67 2FW

                Phone: 01455 290429

                Venue short url: https://www.skiddle.com/venues/71821/

                Type of venue: Other

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