To book, call 01420 541010 or click on the event to book online.

Monday 2nd March 2020 to Wednesday 30th December 2020

Chawton House

Online Exhibition: Man Up!

Chawton House’s 2020 exhibition highlights the lives of eighteenth century women who stepped outside of traditional female roles, risking physical perils and public outrage in disguising themselves as men.

Saturday 28th November 2020 to Sunday 29th November 2020

Online

Creative Writing Workshop - In your Element

Chawton House is hosting a series of online summer creative writing workshops with writer and editor Claire Thurlow.

Wednesday 2nd December 2020

Online

Virtual Beading Workshop

Book yourself onto one of our online embroidery workshops complete with kit sent to you in advance.

Sunday 6th December 2020 to Saturday 12th December 2020

Chawton House

CHANGE OF DATE: Wreath Making Workshops

Enjoy a day of creativity within the Hampshire Countryside, based here at the beautiful setting of Chawton House.  

Monday 7th December 2020 to Thursday 24th December 2020

Chawton House

Festive treats - from our House to yours

From our House to yours! Enjoy a selection of home-baked goodies from the Old Kitchen Tearoom over the festive period

Saturday 12th December 2020 to Sunday 3rd January 2021

Chawton House

The Glimmering Garden

Light trail installed in the garden for winter openings.

Sunday 13th December 2020

Chawton House

NEW DATE: Willow Workshop - Star Decoration

Enjoy a day of creativity within the Hampshire Countryside, based here at the beautiful setting of Chawton House.  

Wednesday 16th December 2020

Online

An Evening with The Watsons

To celebrate Jane Austen’s 245th birthday this year, Chawton House are taking a fresh look at her unfinished work ‘The Watsons’, with an evening of online events.

Thursday 17th December 2020

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The Glimmering Garden Torchlit Tour

Explore Chawton House’s new glowing lights trail after dark

Monday 11th January 2021

Online

Walking Women: a Conversation with Kerri Andrews

A conversation with Kerri Andrews, author of Wanderers: A History of Women Walking

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