Headstone Manor, Harrow Museum and Heritage Centre
Headstone Manor, Harrow Museum and Heritage Centre, Pinner View, Harrow, London HA2 6PX View on map
Grade I listed timber framed Manor House, surrounded by a water filled moat. Earliest parts date from 1310, with numerous extensions and adaptations through to 18th century. Original residence of Archbishops of Canterbury until the Reformation. The museum site also comprises of a grade II listed Great Barn constructed 1506, a grade II listed Small Barn also dating from 16th century and a grade II listed Granary.
The whole site is currently closed for restoration and refurbishment. All buildings will open in September 2017 and will be open Tuesday-Sunday 10am - 5pm
- Open on Heritage Open Day
Vehicular access via Pinner View. Smaller car park and longer walk via Headstone Lane. Rail: Headstone Lane (1 mile), Harrow & Wealdstone (1½ miles), North Harrow (1½ miles). Bus: routes H9, H10 & H14.
In the main car park only which is within 50m of the property.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes