29th & 30th June 2024
8th & 9th July 2023
Our two-day event is packed with attractions for all ages, including thrilling monster truck shows, captivating horse displays, and fascinating birds of prey demonstrations and much, much more besides.
As well as the Main Ring attractions the fair features an array of shops with local crafts and products, as well as a new Produce Market where you can taste and purchase the best of East Anglia’s food producers. And let’s not forget the ‘Fire Feast’ stage where chefs will showcase their skills and tantalize your taste buds.
A Fine Country Weekend
As well as the Main Ring attractions there are plenty of other activities to explore, such as games, competitions, live music performances, and delicious food and drink options. For car enthusiasts there is both the Classic Car Show area and Horsepower Hill, a must-see event featuring a parade of supercars and vintage delights along the parkland road.
Don’t miss out on this beloved summer tradition, so join us at Heveningham Hall Country Fair for an unforgettable weekend of excitement, entertainment, and giving back to the community.
All proceeds and profits from Heveningham Hall Country Fair go into a charitable trust which not only funds many and various cases of need locally, but also funds a local dementia unit as well as contributing substantially towards building a new centre for a Community Care Nursing Fund where the local hospital has been closed. It also supports local schools with equipment.
Heveningham Hall was first built in 1658. Between 1778 and 1781 it was substantially rebuilt, by architects Sir Robert Taylor and James Wyatt, resulting in the strikingly wide exterior and the interior’s astonishing neoclassical rooms. The landscape was designed by Capability Brown in 1782, with ground-works also beginning in that year, but with his death in 1783 the landscape project soon faded. In 1995 the project to complete these plans began and renowned landscape architect Kim Wilkie was brought in to help accomplish this. Kim went on to help create many other landscape projects on the estate with the lake to the north of the Hall being a notable example.