OPENING TIMES & TICKET PRICES

OPENING TIMES 2017

Stables, Grounds, Stables Tea Room & Gift Shop:

Open daily between 11am - 5pm from Saturday 18th March to Wednesday 20th December

Hall: Open daily between 12noon to 5pm (last admission 4pm) from Easter Saturday to 29th October

*Please note the Hall is closed Fridays except in July and August

CHRISTMAS OPENING 2017

Hall: Open daily between 11am to 4pm (last admission 3pm) from Saturday 18th November - Sunday 10th December

Admission Prices 2017*

House, Grounds & Stables*

Adult 10.50
Senior Citizen £10.00
Student (photographic evidence required) £7.90
Children (5-16yr) £5.25
Family (2 adults + 2 children) £27.50
Family (1 Adult  + 2 children) £18.00
Additional Child £3.70
Under 5’s free
 Group Visits from £8.50
 Cobwebs and Cream Teas Tour £25.50

Grounds & Stables Only*

Adult £5.75
Senior Citizen £5.50
Children (5-16yr) £3.20
Family (2 adults + 2 children) £16.20
Family (1 adult + 2 children) £10.50
Additional Child £2.30
Family Season Ticket (2 adults + 2 children) £38.80
 Family Season Ticket (1 adult + 2 children) £25.25
Additional Child £5.25          
Joint Season Ticket £27.80
Single Season Ticket £13.90
Child £7.65
Under 5's Free

*Includes a voluntary 10% donation which will support the upkeep and ongoing restoration of Burton Constable Hall. If you are a UK taxpayer, please complete a Gift Aid declaration, which will allow the Burton Constable Foundation to claim from the Government an extra 25% of your total payment.

Disabled Visitors

Our admission policy admits one necessary companion, or carer, of a disabled visitor free of charge while the normal admission fee applies to the disabled visitor. Disabled parking is available at the front of the house Wheelchair loan is available for the house and the grounds.

Assistance Dogs

Recognised assistance dogs that have been trained by accredited member organisations of Assistance Dogs International (ADI) and International Guide Dog Federation (IGDF) are welcome in the Hall

Did you know?
Afternoon tea was created by the Duchess of Bedford in the late 18th century. She invited friends to join her for an afternoon meal of small cakes, bread and butter sandwiches, sweets and, of course, tea. The practice was so popular that it was quickly adopted by other social hostesses 
 
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