Take a tour


Take a tour of the Park and the production workshops

It is now possible to take a guided tour of the High House Production Park and discover for yourself the beautifully landscaped garden, the kitchen garden, refurbished 16th century farm buildings and The Backstage Centre.  Then take a look inside the Production Workshop and explore the fascinating world of the scenic artists and craftspeople who create the stunning sets and scenery for the Royal Opera House stage.

You can check availability and book your Thurrock tour online. If you have any other queries, please ring the Box Office on +44 (0)20 7304 4000

Tour costs

  • £8.00 Adult
  • £7.50 seniors/unwaged/students
  • £7.50 children under 16.
  • £7.00 all tickets for groups of 10 or more

Price includes free cup of tea or coffee.

Dates and times

Please meet at the Coachman’s Café prior to your tour, and present your ticket to receive a complimentary cup of tea or coffee.

Tours will take place every Friday during term time at 13.30 and 15.00. Tours are bookable either online or by phoning the box office on: 020 7304 4000.

The Tour will last a maximum of 1 hour 15 mins. Twenty people max per tour.

Directions

High House Production Park, Vellacott Close (off London Road), Purfleet RM19 1RJ

See map of High House Production Park

Note: Please do not reply solely on your sat nav to help you arrive, as the postcode alone can be unreliable on some sat navs.  It is recommended that you print out the map and the directions to bring with you for reference.

By Train:

Purfleet Railway Station is the nearest stop to the Production Park. It is located on the C2C Line, with trains leaving regularly from London Fenchurch Street and Southend Central Train Station. The High House Production Park is a 15-minute walk. Turn left out of the station and walk straight up the London Road, the High House is the large cream house on the left-hand side.

By Car:

Take the M25 and leave the motorway at Junction 31. Then join the A1090 (Stone House Lane) towards Purfleet railway station. At the roundabout with Purfleet Bypass, continue on the A1090 (London Road) for about 300 yards until you see signposts for the High House site which is on your right.

If you are travelling by car from London on the A13, take the A1306 towards Purfleet and at the Stonehouse roundabout turn right onto the A1090. At the roundabout with Purfleet Bypass, continue on the A1090 (London Road) for about 300 yards until you see signposts for the High House site which is on your right.

Note: The Royal Opera House Education department also runs tours specifically for schools and colleges.