25 June 2019

Summer Holidays Kids Go Free Offer!

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A visit to Burton Constable Hall and Grounds is the perfect historic day out for all the family and we have the perfect offer for the Summer holidays.

Kids go free with a paying adult throughout the Summer Holidays using a voucher from the Little Vikings - York Magazine and in the East Riding Council School's Out booklet. Please bring your voucher either on paper or digital to redeem. See below for all terms & conditions.

Kids Go Free Terms & Conditions

The voucher is valid between the following dates Monday 22nd July and Friday 30th August 2019, Mondays to Fridays only, excluding Bank Holiday Monday.

One voucher provides free entry for a maximum of two children (5-18yrs) per full paying adult. The voucher can only be used when purchasing admission tickets in person at the Ticket Desk within the Gift Shop and not online.

Proof of voucher can be paper or digital.  

Discount vouchers are not valid for pre-bookings or in conjunction with any other offer, group booking, HHA, YGHCG, Gardener’s World 2 for 1, Art Fund, Park Resorts or Caravan Club passes.

Burton Constable Foundation has the right to refuse entry in the unlikely event of venue reaching capacity, as well as unforeseen circumstances.

Contact Details:

Joy Swift: Visitor Services Manager

T: 01964 508163

E: joyswift@burtonconstable.com

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