Landscapes and Gardens. An Embroiderers’ Guild Exhibition

Landscapes and gardens have long provided inspiration to artists of all types. As part of the Capability Brown Festival 2016, the Embroiderers' Guild will be displaying textile art inspired by the magnificent grounds of Cannon Hall Park.

Venue Hire

Many of the beautiful spaces are available to hire for events as well as the gorgeous Cottage Gardens and parklands.

Weddings

Cannon Hall is a unique venue for weddings and civil partnerships and the perfect setting for your special day. Fantastic photo opportunities can be found both inside the Hall and in the landscaped gardens.

Barnsley Museums online shop

Take a look at the Barnsley Museums online shop. You will find lots of unique gift ideas many with a Barnsley theme. You can also purchase tickets to many of our wonderful events.

Learning

Our museums give children of all ages the opportunity to discover new things and feel inspired. Young people like museum visits as they help improve relationships with classmates and teachers, giving them the chance to get to know each other better in a unique environment.

De Morgan Collection

On display in the hall is a hand-picked selection of artworks from the De Morgan Collection. It is an unparalleled collection of work by the late 19th and early 20th century ceramicist William De Morgan and his artist wife Evelyn Pickering De Morgan.

Cannon Hall Museum Park & Gardens


Cannon Hall is a stunning Georgian country house museum set in 70 acres of historic parkland and beautiful landscaped gardens. 


It is the perfect day out for all the family.

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Confirmation that Capability Brown visited Cannon Hall

It has been 100% confirmed by the Capability Brown 300 Trust that Brown, the eighteenth century English landscape architect, visited Cannon Hall in 1778. The amazing discovery not only confirms that he went to the stunning Georgian country house, but also offered advice during his visit. However, there is no evidence that he was paid by the owner (Walter Spencer-Stanhope) or that his advice was taken.

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