Burton Constable Hall, Skirlaugh, East Yorkshire
Burton Constable has been home to the Constable family for over 700 years and is one of the most fascinating English country houses to survive with its historic collections.
The Elizabethan mansion is now a museum with over 30 rooms crammed with family treasures.
Surrounded by 330 acres of stunning Grade II* Listed, Capability Brown parkland, it is the ideal place to while aware the hours. Historic features included the dam-cum-bridge, slumbering 60 ft sperm whale skeleton and beautiful Georgian orangery are embedded amongst the idyllic outdoor walks and trails – perfect for your wellbeing and access to wildlife and nature.
Don’t miss our fascinating behind-the-scenes tours, exciting exhibitions and an array of events all year round!
Features & Accessibility
- Accredited Museum
- Member of the Historic Houses Association
- Winter Opening
- Children’s Trails & Activities
- Gift Shop
- Group Visits
- Dogs welcome on leads (grounds only)
- Facilities for wheelchair users & those with limited mobility
Things to do
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Burton Constable Hall and Grounds, Burton Constable, Skirlaugh, East Yorkshire, HU11 4LN
Hall: 1 April-5 November & 25 November – 20 December. Closed Mondays (except bank holidays and school holidays).
Stables, Grounds, Tearoom & Gift Shop: Daily 1st January-31 December (except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day).
From Beverley: A1035 Bridlington road then follow A165 towards Hull.
From Hull: A1033 towards Hedon, turn left at Saltend roundabout and follow Historic House signs.
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