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My wife and I visited for the first time today. What a great day we had the gardens were brilliant especially the walled garden. A space you could spend hours exploring so much to see and plenty of se... more »
I enjoyed a great day out at Burton Agnes Hall. This stately home is one of my favourite places to visit. I visit many stately homes but this has to be one of my favourites. I is a lived in home and i... more »
Lovely walled garden with a few garden games to keep the children and adults entertained. There is a small wooded area that is nice for a short wander. And a lawned area for relaxing and having a picn... more »
Lovely place , the hall is especially nice to visit at Xmas time , snow drop walk in February, the gardens are very nice lots of games for children , cafe and shops well worth a visit
Beautiful hall and wonderfull gardens. Definatly worth going to
Lovely exterior and gorgeous interiors. Staff are very friendly you can browse undisturbed and take all the photos that you wish. Lovely gardens and a great cafe. They grow 75% of the salad,veg and fruit they use in the cafe. My salad was so super fresh.
Paths terrible for wheelchair users. Although gravel may look attractive, it's impossible to push a wheelchair round it.
Great place to visit fantastic gardens too.
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