Let there be light. And impressive Palladian architecture.
When it comes to contemporary art, there are some experiences you just can’t miss. This is one of them. Houghton Hall, magnificent at any time of year, transformed by its inaugural autumn/winter show – a solo exhibition of in-demand artist Chris Levine’s immersive laser and LED installations and mesmeric holographic artworks. The man who famously depicted the Queen - and Kate Moss - in light, brings his singular style to North Norfolk from 22nd October to 23rd December, and you’re invited to make a night of it (two, in fact) with HXH – a Houghton X Harper partnership.
Arrive on a Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, freshen up and take your seats for dinner in Stanley’s, with a bottle of house wine. Head to Houghton Hall the following day (it’s around half an hour’s drive) after lunch on the house from our All Day, Anywhere menu. Entry is from 4:30pm until 9pm, so there’s plenty of time to pootle beforehand. As darkness falls, the grounds of Houghton Hall take on an ethereal quality, a vast new installation known as the Molecule of Light invites immersion in 3D ambisonic sound, and Levine’s iconic portraits of notable figures from Banksy to Her Majesty await your inspection in the South Wing gallery. A sensory tour de force in stunning surroundings.
HXH includes two nights with breakfast at The Harper, a three-course dinner with wine on the first night, a two-course lunch the next day, and two tickets to 528 Hz Love Frequency at Houghton Hall.
To book, select your arrival date and room, then select HXH at step 2
*Based on two people sharing a Big room. Single occupancy from £435.
528 Hz Love Frequency is open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 4:30pm to 9pm. If you’d like to have dinner with us after the exhibition, please note that last orders are taken at 9:30pm.
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