Photography Courses London

Forty Hall, Enfield

photography courses at forty hall london

Forty Hall & Estate is one of England’s finest historic houses set in its own Estate, with walled garden, formal and informal gardens, lakes, lawns, and meadows.  The house was built around 1630.

The Estate parkland contains the rare archaeological remains of Elsyng Palace, a tudor hunting lodge used by Henry VIII and where Elizabeth I was told of the death of her father.

Forty Hall is undergoing renovation with a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.  It’s a great location to improve your photography.

The Hall & Estate and the surrounding area of Forty Hill are a Conservation area.

Our Courses

Thursday 8 June, 2017 ‒ click here to bookDSLR Photography - Forty Hall ‒ Price: £120.00

Sunday 30 July, 2017 ‒ click here to bookDSLR Photography - Forty Hall ‒ Price: £120.00

Friday 18 August, 2017 ‒ click here to bookCreative Photography - Forty Hall ‒ Price: £120.00

Sunday 17 September, 2017 ‒ click here to bookDSLR Photography - Forty Hall ‒ Price: £96.00 (including 20% early discount)

Your course price includes entry to Forty Hall. There is a great cafe. For more details and how to get there see the Forty Hall website.

Thanks to Forty Hall for allowing us to hold photography courses at this amazing venue.


  • “Thank you for a great day Saturday, I really enjoyed learning how to venture from AUTO :) The day was very well put together and delivered to perfection. I am going to keep on practicing with a view to booking on another of your photography courses.”
    Lisa, Shugborough

    5/5 stars
  • “Thank you so much for your time and humour on the Shugborough Hall photography course on the 26th of June. I found it to be extremely useful and have already been putting my new found knowledge to good use! I must admit I thought I would have been out of my depth but you really made me feel comfortable and at ease! A completely great day all round and would recommend one of your photography courses to anyone!”
    Dave, Shugborough 2011