Manor Farm House Visitor Centre

The visitor centre is located inside the beautiful Tudor Manor Farm House and provides an excellent introduction to Manor Farm's rich history, documented since medieval times.

Places to visit - Manor Farm

About the visitor centre

  • Housed in a high-status Grade II listed Tudor building, with many original features remaining, including one of the oldest examples of domestic wallpaper still to remain on its original wall in England.
  • 2 permanent display rooms with artefacts, interactive displays, video, and written interpretation, with temporary exhibitions in the Provost Parlour.
  • A collection of 18th and 19th century farming tools is housed next door in the Pram Shed.
  • Free admission, including temporary exhibitions.
  • Supported by a 2007 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Listen to the Manor Farm audio guide

Volunteer with us

Help bring the wonderful history of Hillingdon's heritage sites to life by volunteering with us.

We currently need front of house volunteers to open up Manor Farm House to the public, welcome visitors at the front desk and share some of the history of the house and site.

Training will be provided and you will be supported by experienced members of our team.

Hours are flexible and roles are open to those aged 18 years and over.

To express your interest or find out more, email


Manor Farm House

Eastcote Road



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Opening hours
Due to a current shortage of volunteers, Manor Farm House can be opened during the week and at weekends upon request only by emailing

If you would like to volunteer at Manor Farm House, please email