2. New Interpretations
We're bringing the open green spaces surrounding the Hall to life, thanks to the support and funding of Arts Council England, Art Fund, MDY, and East Riding Archives.
The importance of the great outdoors for health and wellbeing has never been clearer. Take a walk and discover how the charity safeguards this beautiful landscape and its animal inhabitants.
Burton Constable's parkland and surrounding farms have always been essential to the grand lifestyle of the big house. While the Foundation and it's amazing team of volunteer guides have been the focus of much past work, the tales of the grounds and outdoors have often been neglected - until now!
During lockdown, we've been working to make these parkland's story accessible for the first time. Brand new information panels examine how this manicured landscape was created, and how we care for the vast array of wildlife that lives here. Our Little Explorers children's activities mean there's truly something for everyone!
For those who prefer to listen than to read, we've partnered up with East Riding Archives to create a trail on the REYTA-award app 'What Was Here'. Download the app and explore the landscape by comparing historic photos to the sights on show today, and to listen to the new audio-guide about our parkland's key features.