East Yorkshire's finest historic day out

The Hall is now closed until 4th April

The Grounds, Stables, Stables Kitchen and Gift Shop are open daily from 13th January, 10am to 4pm

Home to the Constable family for over 700 years. Burton Constable is one of the most fascinating English country houses to survive complete with its historic collections.

Burton Constable Hall & Grounds the perfect day out for all the family

What's On
Sun 1st March Family Event
50% off admission - Make the most of the inevitable British weather, get your wellies out, get outdoors with your friends & family and create some magical muddy moments!
Sat 4th April Family Event
The Hall reopens for the 2020 season with a very interesting new exhibition.
Sat 4th April Family Event
Hiding in and around our hall are several Easter eggs for you to find - but will you get them all?
Sat 4th April Stables Event
Our Farmyard Friends are returning, offering visitors of all ages a unique opportunity to get up-close to lots of cute Spring time animals, as well as learning all about them!
Sat 4th April Family Event
The Easter bunnies will be well hidden around our Grounds & Stables - have you got what it takes to track them down?
Sat 4th April Family Event
A fortnight of fun-filled, fabulous family activities! We can't wait to see you & join in with the fun!
Meander through Burton Constable Hall’s evocative grand rooms filled with fine art and furniture; discover the extraordinary 18th century ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ and uncover 500 years of fascinating characters from the Constable family
Discover our restored stable block, with displays and exhibitions telling the story of stable life in past times. Explore the historic parkland designed by Capability Brown with our walks and wildlife trails. Relax and find your favourite spot to picnic and play in this glorious setting
Servants at Play Burton Constable Hall
Have you ever wondered what life was like 'below stairs' at a Yorkshire country house? This fascinating new exhibition explores the daily lives of servants at the grand Burton Constable Hall.
With the new wildlife sculpture trail, parkland walks, picnic and play areas, imaginative play in the hall and stables, giant games, wide open spaces for games of football or cricket and of course the whale skeleton of the 60’ monster featured in Moby Dick all making a visit to Burton Constable a great family day out
Serving morning coffee, light lunches, cream teas and other freshly made foods the Stables Kitchen is a refreshing break for visitors and a great stop-off if you are just passing-by. Your four-legged friend is welcome too in our Doggy Dining Room.
Enjoy a fabulous visit to East Yorkshire's best historic day out. There is so much to enjoy and discover within and around this stunning Elizabethan mansion, with over 30 rooms to explore. With free parking for coaches and a restored stable block, tea Room and gift Shop to enjoy, Burton Constable is a great place for groups at any time
Burton Constable Whale
Burton Constable Whale
Discover the ‘Burton Constable Whale’, the skeleton of a 60ft Sperm Whale on display in the Stable Block. This Bull Whale was stranded on the shore at nearby Tunstall in 1825 where it aroused a great deal of public interest.

In time, the skeleton of the Whale was transported to the Parkland at Burton Constable where it was articulated on a wrought iron framework in 1836. An account of the Whale came to the attention of Herman Melville, who published his renowned Moby Dick in 1851. The Burton Constable Whale is the only non-fictional Whale mentioned in this classic work of literature!

The remains of the skeleton were recovered from the park in 1995 and are now exhibited in the Great Barn in the Stable Block.
An excellent visit, I will certainly tell all my friends about my wonderful day.
Kath Jackson
An amazing experience - such detail everywhere, plus care and skill in the preservation. A pleasure and education.
Mr & Mrs Noveler
Fascinating place, needs another visit
Kay Raby
Wow! Too much to see in one visit...
Betty Davies
Excellent staff - very informative! Beautiful House, well kept with interesting stories - a jewel in a sea of East Yorkshire - will definitely visit again.
Sue Child
Fascinating - So much to see. There was the extra delight of having a very accomplished pianist performing. The staff are very friendly and helpful. the lunch was delicious. In all a very enjoyable day.
Charles & Barbara Nutt
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