A Tudor founder, blind book collector, wayward 17th century grand tourist, eccentric Victorian, Hollywood actor, commanding wives and dedicated daughters – Lamport is full of characters. As home to the Isham family for over four centuries, the fortunes, interests and trials of each generation have left their mark.
Nestled in the Northamptonshire countryside, and yet only a short drive from the motorway network, Lamport has a story worth telling. Developed from a Tudor manor house, architecturally the hall has been worked on by John Webb, Smith of Warwick and William Burn but is best known for its classical frontage.
Autumn Gift And Craft Fair Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th October 2019 10.00am – 4.00pm Once again the Gift & Craft Fair returns to Lamport Hall. With over 80 stalls showcasing handcrafted jewellery, decorative glassware, unique arts, clothing, accessories, cards, artisan foods, homemade jams, chutneys, fudge, and other gifts, visitors are able to browse a variety of indulgent treats for themselves or seek inspiration for some early Christmas shopping. Housed under cover in our Edwardian stable block, you can shop ’til you drop whatever the weather! The fair has been a yearly fixture for over twenty years, and is sure to be a great day out for all the family. Disabled parking is available and disabled toilets are available at the house. Please note that although the event is held mostly on one level, there are some gravelled and cobbled areas in the stables. There are also gravelled paths in the gardens. Please note that credit/debit cards cannot be used for entry to the event or house/garden entry. The nearest cash machine is in Brixworth village.