Wentworth Woodhouse is a unique event venue; set within 87 acres of gardens and parkland. Located in Rotherham, bordering Sheffield and Barnsley, this house and land offer a breath taking back drop for large scale external events, as well as stunning locations for private functions and corporate gatherings.

With its spectacular vistas on the East and West fronts of the house, Wentworth Woodhouse features a multitude of scenic outdoor spaces perfect for large scale or intimate events. All of our external areas have extensive open spaces perfect for temporary structures such as Teepees or marquees. Not forgetting our internal spaces which are some of the country’s most awe inspiring staterooms within one of the greatest stately homes ever built.

At Wentworth Woodhouse we pride ourselves on our variety of events including; Annual Christmas Concert in our breath taking Marble Saloon, outdoor Cinema screenings and much more. Over the coming years this offer is likely to develop even further encouraging a variety of new events every year.

Telephone: 01226 351161 | 01226 749639

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Featured Events

  • 7th March 2019

    6:30pm - 8:00pm

    This fascinating talk will span the time and space of Wentworth Woodhouse, looking at the house itself and the expansion of the estate, park and gardens. Hear amusing stories from the journals of the first Marquess of Rockingham and discover little-known tales about the family, including their attitudes towards their staff, a visit in the early 18th century by Thomas Watson-Wentworth to his Irish estates, the christening of the 8th Earl in 1911, and the development of a menagerie at Wentworth with such unlikely inmates as a brown bear, a kangaroo and an emu.

  • 11th April 2019

    6:30pm - 8:00pm

    Nestled in the heart of the beautiful Peak District and home of the Cavendish family for nearly 500 years, Chatsworth House is one of Britain’s greatest stately homes. Christine Robinson spent three summer holidays working at Chatsworth whilst studying history at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne until, on her graduation in 1977, she began working full-time with the Chatsworth team. Intending only to stay for one year, she, like many others, fell under Chatsworth’s spell and she retired as head housekeeper in 2015 after 38 years’ service.

  • 2nd May 2019

    6:30pm - 8:00pm

    In the second half of the 19th century, technology played an increasingly important role in enabling owners of country houses to achieve their ambition of a comfortable house which functioned efficiently and, as far as the owners and their guests were concerned, largely invisibly. Many country house owners played an important role in the improvement and acceptance of many of the home comforts which we, in the developed world at least, take for granted, such as central heating, sanitation, running water and electric lighting. This often meant creating their own sources of supply if they were far from urban centres and so unable to obtain such services from them.