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.


Accessible toilets and baby changing facilities are in the Stables Courtyard. We have a designated parking in the car park and also at the front of the house (not always available on event days).

The Hall is disabled friendly with an ambulant stair lift to first floor and wheelchair loan (maximum 2 people at any one time),however in the event of an emergency disabled visitors must be able to get down the stairs on their own or with the help of their friends, family or carer.

Surfaces both inside and outside may be uneven. Wheelchair loan is also available for the grounds, the paths/walkways are mainly gravel.

Visitors own manual wheelchair can be used on the ground floor

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

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