Constable Burton Hall, Leyburn, North Yorkshire
Constable Burton Hall was built for Sir Marmaduke Wyvill by John Carr in 1768.
A glorious terraced woodland garden with a wonderful array of ancient trees. Cedars of Lebanon, lime avenues, yews and a splendid selection of acers.
Springtime is stunning with a staggering show of daffodils, aconites and snowdrops and there is an annual Tulip Festival from 2-3 May with over 6000 tulips planted among the gardens.
The gardens are closed to general admissions, for private tours of the house and gardens please contact the Estate Office.
There are a number of special events and openings during Spring/ Summer season. Please consult our website for details.
Features & Accessibility
- Member of the Historic Houses Association
- Group Visits
- Facilities for wheelchair users & those with limited mobility
- Dogs welcome on leads (grounds only)
Constable Burton, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, DL8 5LJ
Closed to general admissions.
For details of special events and openings please see www.constableburton.com
Annual Tulip Festival 2 – 3 May 2020.
Groups are requested to contact the Estate Office for more information on private tours of the house and gardens.
Situated on the A684 between Bedale & Leyburn.
Sign up to our mailing list and be kept up to date with news, information and events taking place across Yorkshire.
For great days out ideas across Yorkshire sign up to our mailing list! You’ll receive our quarterly newsletter packed full of information on exhibitions, events, behind the scenes stories and news, providing you with inspiration for day visits to our collection of over 40 of Yorkshire’s finest attractions.