The main aspect of Heveningham Concours takes place at the rear of the Hall where around fifty motor cars are displayed on the grass terraces. It is a unique and marvellous way to view the cars, showcasing them from a variety of uncommon angles as well as the more straightforward, head-on views.Entrants to both Concours are by invitation only. Entrance to the Concours advance is £25 adult and Family £57.including Heveningham Country Fair see http://www.countryfair.co.uk.
Location: Heveningham Hall Heveningham
Heveningham Hall is a Grade I listed Georgian mansion built between 1778–80 incorporating work from an earlier Queen Anne house and set in 5,000 acres of Capability Brown parkland. The house was designed by Sir Robert Taylor for Sir Gerald Vanneck, 2nd Baron Huntingfield. The interiors of circa 1781-4 were designed by James Wyatt. Wyatt's work at Heveningham is among his most significant. The length of the house, twenty-five bays, far surpasses the ordinary and contributes to the ranking of Heveningham as one of the most important country houses in Britain.
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Standard Admission (£): See above
Admission with classic car (£): by invitation only