For two hundred years this fine country house was home to the Spencer-Stanhope family.
The house was designed by John Carr of York and is set in over 70 acres of historic parkland which includes beautiful formal gardens providing a perfect setting for picnics or relaxing strolls. Your first stop? The visitor centre, which has seasonal opening hours, offers a friendly welcome to the park, displays, souvenirs and information.
How to find us?
Just past the picturesque village of Cawthorne, off the A635 between Barnsley and Huddersfield. The nearest bus service is the 236 Huddersfield - Barnsley route.
Extensive car and coach parking is available in the pay and display at the entrance to the main country park.
Disabled and elderly car parking is available outside Cannon Hall country house at the top of the main drive, situated just past the entrance of the main car park. Please notify the museum staff on your arrival. Toilet facilities are available inside the museum for people with disabilities. Please note that there is no lift or other disabled access to the first floor of the museum which contains the Royal Hussars' collection.
Cannon Hall Farm
Why not combine your trip to Cannon Hall with a visit to Canon Hall Farm?