Hammerwood Park is a Grade 1 listed building near East Grinstead, open to the public during the summer and a venue for music events & filming.
Located 3½ miles east of East Grinstead, Hammerwood Park was built in 1792 by Benjamin Henry Latrobe (1764 – 1820), the architect of the White House and US Capitol Building in Washington D.C., and many others (including Ashdown House, near Forest Row).
One of the first examples of Greek Revival architecture in the United Kingdom, the house was converted into flats in the 1960s and purchased by Led Zeppelin. Rescued from dereliction by the Pinnegar family in 1982, Hammerwood remains one of Britain’s best-kept secrets; an architectural gem, and a family home.
Today, as well as providing a venue for concerts and filming, the house and gardens are open to the public in summer, from 1 June to the end of September on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Bank Holiday Mondays, with a tour at 2:05 p.m.
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Every effort is made to ensure all information is correct at time of publication. We may not always be made aware of any future alterations and cannot be held responsible for incorrect information. Please always check before travel, for further information on Hammerwood Park visit their website.
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