Holme Pierrepont Hall

Holme Pierrepont Hall
Holme Pierrepont
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0115 933 2371

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Early Tudor manor house and family home to the Brackenbury family.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home

Opening hours

Open during the spring to the general public.
Group visits are welcome throughout the year by prior appointment.

Admission charges

Please see website for up to date admissions information.

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

Pictures from WW1

  • 2 February — 30 April 2014 *on now

"""The younger generation can't imagine what it was like.""

Harry Patch - The last survivor from World War I

As part of the centenary commemorations of the start of World War I Holme Pierrepont Hall is hosting an exhibition of images depicting scenes from the Great War. The series of post cards issued at the time show the horrors of this war. They have been enlarged for the exhibition.

It was in August 1914 that the bloodiest war in history unfolded in mainland Europe with 65 million men fighting in battle, 19.7 million were wounded and a staggering 37 million died.

It became apparent that the great houses of Britain would have to be used to help the war effort . Holme Pierrepont like many country houses was a convalescent home for many of those who survived the trenches. Other houses were used as hospitals, bases for regiments , a place for evacuees to go, and prisoners of war. "

Suitable for

  • Family friendly


February to March- every Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. April- every Sunday only (excl. Easter Sunday)
£5 adults, children go free