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May Day at the Manor


May Day at the Manor
Mon, 1. May 2017, 12:00 - 17:00
Headstone Manor Museum - Harrow, Greater London


Join us this May Bank holiday for a day of family fun!


May Day Festival returns to Headstone Manor & Museum with a full medieval makeover!

Come down to Headstone Manor & Museum and enjoy fabulous performances including Medieval living history battles and dancing, Punch and Judy puppet show and falconry displays. Experience traditional Morris Dancing and join in with Maypole dancing, medieval craft activities and listen to captivating tales during the Library Storytime sessions. All of which are free and included in the ticket price!

Treat yourself to homemade cakes, specialty foods, handmade crafts and gifts from the many market stalls that will be here on the day and meet people from local community groups where you can find out more about what they do and how you can get involved.

Explore the rest of the heritage site and discover Bouncy Castles, Face Painting, Archery and Classic Cars. There are plenty of ways to keep you and your family busy for the whole afternoon!

Attractions include;
• Re-enactments and Living History Performances!
• Archery
• Juggling and Circus Performers
• Falconry Display
• Punch and Judy Puppetry Show
• Delicious Food & Drink
• Classic Car Show
• Arts and Crafts Stalls
• Local Charity and Community Stalls
• Children’s entertainment
• May Pole & Morris Dancing
• Music from Radio Harrow and Harrow Youth Brass Band.
• And Much Much More!

Gates Open at 12:00pm
Adults: £3.50 Children(4-12years): £2.00 Under 4: FREE
You can get tickets here:



Headstone Manor Museum
Headstone Manor Museum - Website
Pinner View
Greater London
United Kingdom


“a tranquil oasis of history, hidden away in the middle of a London suburb”

Headstone Manor is a complex of four historic buildings (The manor house, 2 barns and a granary) set in beautiful grounds, including the medieval moat. Headstone Manor House is a Grade I listed building. Built circa 1310, the moated manor house is the earliest surviving timber framed building in Middlesex. Described as ‘one of the most interesting domestic complexes in the whole country’, the fabric of Headstone Manor contains examples of high quality work dating from the 14th, 17th and 18th centuries.




Postcode for Satnav HA2 6PX (Pinner View). Free parking in Pinner View Carpark - 100m from museum entrance.


Harrow and Wealdstone (Bakerloo, Overground) –H9 Bus from station.

North Harrow (Metropolitan) – H10 Bus (see below) from station.

Headstone Lane (Overground) – 15-minute walk (see below) and is the simplest route.


Routes H9 and H10 - stop at Pinner View, 3-minute walk to Harrow Museum down Pinner View (signed from stop).

Route H14 - stop at Victor Road (Kodak Factory), 6-minute walk to Harrow Museum. From bus stop walk to very end of Victor Road turn right onto Pinner View (museum is signed from this point).


From Headstone Lane Station, turn left and follow the path straight down the slope. You will pass a row of about six shops on the left just after the station. Continue straight past houses and residential roads for approximately 12 minutes. You will then see a brown-and-white heritage sign labelled ‘Harrow Museum’ opposite a primary school. Turn left into the park, and follow the path through the park for about three minutes. You will pass a field on the left and some tennis courts on the right. Just after the children’s play park you will see the back gate to Headstone Manor.


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