We have fascinating and informative tours of the hall every Friday at 1.00pm and 2.30pm until the end of September and at weekends in August.
Tours cost £12 per Adult,
Renishaw is rightly celebrated for its fabulous Italianate gardens, with monthly highlights including Magnolias, Bluebell Wood and Delphiniums amongst many, many more, so why not visit and take a look for yourself.
The gardens are open Wednesday to Sunday and on Bank Holiday Mondays, 10.30am to 4.30pm during the season.
The current owner of Renishaw is Alexandra Sitwell, daughter of the late Sir Reresby and Lady Sitwell. Her extraordinary family have lived at Renishaw for nearly 400 years.
The Sitwells have always been avid collectors and patrons of the arts and the history of the family is filled with writers, innovators and eccentrics.
Learn more about the Sitwells on a hall tour, with new specialist tours available throughout the season.
Food and Craft Fair - Saturday 11th May. Stalls include artisan cheeses, preserves and chutneys, cakes, pastries, savoury pies, chocolates and syrups & unique crafts.
- Vineyard tours and wine tasting - 11th and 12th May at 11am and 1pm. To book your place contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Plant Fair - Sunday 12th May from 10.30am. Check out the stalls, stock up your garden and be inspired by Renishaw's gardens.
- Renishaw Guided Walk - 16th May. This 3 mile walk takes in the Italianate gardens, lakeside, woodland and parkland. To find out more call our Estate Office.
Renishaw Hall Vineyard Harvest
Renishaw Hall's vineyard was planted by Alexandra Sitwell's father, the late Sir Reresby, in 1972, and so this year it celebrates an incredible 40 years! Until 1986, it was certified as the most northerly vineyard in the world at 53 degrees 18 minutes north.
Renishaw Hall & Gardens offer informative vineyard tours and tastings throughout the year for groups of ten or more with our Vineyard Manager Kieron Atkinson. Read More...