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Burnby Hall Gardens & Museum

Pocklington Yorkshire England
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Burnby Hall Gardens and Museum are situated in the charming town of Pocklington on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds.


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Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens

Driffield Yorkshire England
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Four hundred years ago Sir Henry Griffith built Burton Agnes Hall. Twenty-three generations of the same family have since lived in, looked after, and loved the magnificent Elizabethan home that you enjoy today.

Robert Smythson architecture, and a diverse art collection including exquisite Elizabethan carvings and the finest contemporary works, inspired Simon Jenkins, author of 'England's Thousand Best Houses', to describe Burton Agnes Hall as 'the perfect English house', one of England's twenty finest alongside Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace and Chatsworth House.

Concealed within its brick boundary, the Elizabethan walled garden will leave visitors mesmerised by flamboyant seasonal displays of colour, shape, texture and scents. Visitors are invited to explore several thousand plant varieties; a potager filled with fruit, vegetables and herbs; herbaceous borders, a jungle garden and a stunning collection of campanulas.

Children and adults alike will find entertainment in the giant board games, may lose their way in the maze, and are invited to explore the gardens with the guidance of Griffy the Goat's fun garden trail.

Visitors will delight in this award winning wonderland, which previously won Christie's Garden of the Year award.

To the north of the Hall lies tranquil woodland with wildlife figures to discover along the path. In February, thousands of snowdrops cover the ground to create an enchanting 'white carpet', and at Easter this historic woodland hosts thousands of enthusiastic chocolate egg hunters.

While wandering through the grounds, you may encounter an artist seeking inspiration. The artist in residence programme allows visiting artists to stay and work at Burton Agnes, year-round. Their artwork is displayed in the Summer House and inside the Hall.

The courtyard shops and cafe are open daily when the gardens are open. Access to the courtyard is free. Relax in the courtyard cafe where the gardens fruit and vegetables create delicious home-made meals and irresistible treats. The coffee is Fairtrade and roasted locally, and the restored 1963-vintage ice cream van offers delectable local ice cream and perfect coffees.

Unusual and handcrafted gifts and souvenirs can be found in the 'Home and Garden' Shop and Gift Shop and a year-round programme of Local artists display and sell their work in a courtyard gallery.

Open from 30th March to 31st October and 14th November to 23rd December, Burton Agnes Hall truly is the perfect English house: with its gardens and buzzing courtyard in addition, you are certain to enjoy a perfect day out.

To discover what's going on Burton Agnes Hall, visit www.burtonagnes.com

Burton Agnes Hall, Burton Agnes, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 4NB

Telephone: 01262 490 324

Email:  [email protected]

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Helmsley Walled Garden

Helmsley North Yorkshire England
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Welcome to Helmsley Walled Garden, five tranquil acres. 

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Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens

York North Yorkshire England
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Stillingfleet Lodge Garden and nursery is a multi-award winning wildlife friendly garden and a fine example of how a relatively small space can be planted to encourage wildlife whilst retaining the beauty of a cottage garden. The four acre site comprises a series of themed areas surrounding the traditional farmhouse plus a pond, meadow, vegetable garden and a very well-stocked plant nursery.


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Brodsworth Hall & Gardens

Doncaster South Yorkshire England
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Catch a glimpse of Victorian life at this 'conserved as found' country house.

Brodsworth Hall was built and the pleasure gardens laid out, in the 1860s, as an up-to-date new home for the Thellusson family and their servants. It survived with remarkably few changes until taken on by English Heritage in 1990. The gardens have been restored, and the faded and worn interiors gently conserved, telling the story of the changing fortunes of the people who lived and worked here. Wander the many rooms of the house, roam the gorgeous gardens, stop for tea in the tearoom, and discover the recently restored game larder.

Brodsworth survives as a remarkable ensemble of a mid-Victorian country house, with its contents and gardens, lived in and adapted by the same family over three generations. The hall stands at the heart of the gardens newly laid out around it in the 1860s, and overlooks its historic park and wider estate landscape.

Brodsworth was built in soft local magnesian limestone in the Italianate style much used for both country houses and urban buildings in the preceding decades. It was intended not just for a gentry family and their guests, but also all the servants and activities required to support them.

This is reflected in the simple T-shaped plan of the house, and the relative scale and architectural detail of its two blocks. The two-storey main block has a strongly horizontal emphasis, with large plate-glass windows, banded stonework and restrained classical detailing. The roof is hidden behind a balustrade with urns emphasising the entrance and the two sections of the long south front which house the principal reception rooms.

In 2020 Brodsworth Hall will be celebrating 25 years of being open to the public. This will be marked by a series of events and exhibitions running throughout the year.

Events 2020:

4 - 19 April
10.00am - 5.00pm
Easter Adventure Quest -
join the hunt for dragon eggs

8 - 10 May
11.00am - 5.00pm
Swing into spring - Hear Yorkshire's finest swing bands perform against the stunning backdrop of Brodsworth Hall

23 - 31 May
Zoolab - Join the ZooLab ranger for an exciting animal handling experience

21 June
11.00am - 3.00pm
Classic Cars. Join your fellow car enthusiasts in marveling over some classic cars this summer.

27 - 28 June
11.00am - 5.00pm
Blooming Gardens. Explore Brodsworth Hall's beautiful historic gardens at their blooming best with tours, demonstrations and stalls. Our gardeners will be on hand throughout the day to share their hints and tips.

4 - 5 July
11.00am - 5.00pm
Anniversary Celebration. Celebrate 25 years since Brodsworth Hall opened to the public. Brass band on the Saturday.

5 July- 27 Sept
Sundays only, except 9 August
Brass Band Season.
Hear Yorkshire's finest bands perform against the stunning backdrop of Brodsworth Hall. Bring along your deck chairs and relax with an afternoon of superb music. The band will play from 2pm for approximately 2 hours, including an interval.


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