Burton Agnes Hall - Stately Home
Burton Agnes Hall is a family Elizabethan Stately home, set in East Yorkshire almost midway between Bridlington & Driffield. The house is home to the ancstors of Sir Henry Griffith who built the Hall between 1598 and 1610.
The interior of the Hall is packed full of treasures collected by the family over the past 15 generations, including artwork, furniture and tapestries. Pieces span through the ages with Tudor, Jacobean, Georgian and even twentith century items on display.
The gardens are big feature of a visit to Burton Agnes and provide fun and points of interest for all ages;
the walled garden combines gardening perspectives from both the Elizabethan periods with areas dedicated to vegetables, herbaceous borders, fruit beds and a jungle garden.
Woodland Walk; is about 1 mile long and hidden between the tees are giant catepillars, spiders and crep crawlies for children to spot.
Maze; situated in a corner of the wall garden, solve the riddle as you hunt through the maze discovering gardens along the way.
Giant Games: within the walled gardens are a number of giant games for all the family to play, including chess, draughts and snaked & ladders.
The Hall runs and active events programme with a number of annual events and a holiday fun programme.
Burton Agnes Opening Times & Prices 2017
1st April - 31st October: Hall, cafe, shops and gardens open daily between 11am - 5pm
Changes to normal opening times:
Saturday 1st July and Sunday 2nd July:
The Hall, gardens and Courtyard will be closed to visitors for the Jazz and Blues Festival. Please call ahead for advice on 01262 490324. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
6th November - 13th November: Hall, gardens, shops and cafe are closed
14th November - 23rd December: Hall, cafe, shops and gardens open daily between 11am - 5pm
Dogs on leads are welcome in the grounds
|Admission charges||Adult||Senior Citizen||Child (5-15)||Under 5's|
|Hall and Gardens||£10.50||£10.00||£5.00||FREE|
Special charges may apply for events. Prices correct when published, Days Out Yorkshire cannot be held responsible for any changes in price.
- Home & garden Shop
- Courtyard Cafe
- Car Park
The grounds and gardens are fully accessible to wheelchair users, the ground floor of the house is also accessible. the second and thod floors of the house are currently not accessible for wheelchairs.
Disabled parking and toilets are available
Baby Change Facilities are available.
Burton Agnes Contact Details:
The Estate Office,
Burton Agnes Hall,
Tel: 01262 490324
8th April to 23rd April
Children are invited to take part in the Easter trail around the magnificent grounds of the Hall, solving clues while exploring the extensive gardens. Once the conundrum has been solved, every child will receive an Easter treat.
There are puzzles to solve and games to play, while in the craft tent children can get creative with colouring. Excitingly, there is a giant golden egg to find, which the Easter Bunny has been hidden somewhere in the grounds!
Adults £7.00, Seniors £6.50, Children £4.00, Under 5's FREE
The East Yorkshire Thoroughbred Car Club will be showcasing their stunning collection of classic vehicles.
Fundraising for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Sunday 14th May 2016
Adults-£7.00 Seniors-£6.50 Children-£4.00 Under 5's Free
10th & 11th June
On the weekend of the 10th and 11th June from 11am-5pm, Burton Agnes Hall becomes a gardener’s dream. Its award winning gardens will be on show at their best (previously winning the HHA Christie’s Garden of the Year Award), alongside a broad range of specialist nurseries and stalls selling plants, gardening tools, garden furniture and ornaments, and gifts.
On Sunday 23rd July, Burton Agnes Hall will host a Superhero and Princess Party, for visitors of all ages to enjoy free activities including pirate magic shows, princess pampering, bouncy castles, balloon modelling, and popular characters will make an appearance on the day!