Bramham Park Outdoors

Bramham Park

LS23 6ND


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Woods, water & wild flowers. The Greatest Historic Formal Landscape in Britain.

This unique landscape of water gardens and geometric avenues created by Robert Benson, 1st Lord Bingley, in the 17th Century and has remained virtually unchanged to this day.

The House is open for groups of 10 or more by prior arrangement only.

The tour lasts approximately 1 hour and includes The Hall, The Gallery, North Room, East Room and Library.

It is a fixed price of £10 per person. Visits can be arranged for week day mornings during the opening season:

1st April - 30th September.

The grounds are open daily:

11.30am 4.30pm

1st April 30th September, 2006

The grounds will be closed:

5th - 11th June (Bramham Int. Horse Trials)

14th Aug - 1st Sept (Carling Leeds Festival)

Entry Prices:

Adults: £4.00

Concessions: £2.00

Children aged 16 and under: £2.00

Children aged 5 and under: free

Dogs are more than welcome on a lead. Ample free parking. Do bring a picnic, drinks and confectionary available

Attraction Details

VenueBramham Park
Address, Wetherby, Yorkshire, LS23 6ND
Opening times11.30am 4.30pm, 1 apr - 30 sep
Entry costs
Attraction typeOutdoors


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