Burton Agnes Hall | Burton Agnes
Burton Agnes Hall is a house of immense charm and character. It has many unusual features and is fortunate in suffering so little from alterations or additions in its history. The family stress that it is a 'lived-in' home and this welcome quality is perhaps its most appealing asset. Since the Norman Manor House was built by Roger de Stuteville in 1173 the property has never changed hands by sale, though it has passed from family to family on occasions when the male line has ended.
The beautiful, award winning gardens of Burton Agnes Hall offer something for everyone, from the walled garden containing over four thousand different plant species, herbaceous borders, a jungle garden and national collection of campanulas, to the woodland walk with creepy crawlies to spot, as well as the maze and giant games for children and adults alike.
Burton Agnes Hall and Gardens is a great day out for all the family. Whether you're interested in the Hall, with its magnificent architecture and impressive collection of art, the beautiful award winning gardens, or the woodland sculpture walk and giant games, you'll find something for everyone.
Shopping & Eating
You'll find imaginative gifts, plants and dried flowers in our newly refurbished Home and Garden Shop and an array of decorative homeware, gifts and children's toys in our Gift Shop. Enjoy freshly prepared home cooked sandwiches, light bites and hot meals in our Courtyard Cafe as well as home made tea and cakes.