On the eve of 'Yorkshire Day', 'Howard Day' will celebrate all things Castle Howard and recognise the date the House opened to the general public for
On the eve of ‘Yorkshire Day’, ‘Howard Day’ will celebrate all things Castle Howard and recognise the date the House opened to the general public for the first time. The House was officially opened to the public in July 1952 by Mr George Howard. The opening, which was marked with bunting, games and tours of the House delivered by George Howard himself, heralded the beginning of a new chapter in the history of the House which has been lived in by successive generations of the Howard family for over 300 years.
On 31st July 2019, Howard Day will feature family fun activities, free admission for anyone with the name ‘Howard’, and the launch of a new initiative being penned as ‘Capturing the Castle’, a crowd sourced photo exhibition project.
More information on Howard Day family fun activities coming soon. Free admission for anyone with the name ‘Howard’ includes those with Howard as their first name or surname.
Activities included within a grounds admission ticket.
All Day (Wednesday)