Burton Constable Hall is an Elizabethan gem nestling in the heart of East Yorkshire surrounded by 330 acres of stunning ‘Capability Brown' landscaped Grade II* listed parkland.
Where is Burton Constable Hall & Grounds located?
Burton Constable Hall & Grounds is located in the rural landscape of Holderness, East Yorkshire only 10 miles from Hull City Centre and 15 miles from the historic market town of Beverley.
What is the history of Burton Constable Hall & Grounds to the present day?
Burton Constable has been the home of the Constable Family for over 700 years and is one of the most fascinating country houses to survive with its historic collections.
What is there to see and do at Burton Constable Hall & Grounds?
Visitors have access to 30 rooms of faded splendour that are filled with fine furniture, paintings and sculpture. Discover the extraordinary 18th century ‘Cabinet of Curiosities' and uncover the fascinating characters from the Constable family whose home it has been for 700 years.
Explore the historic parkland designed by ‘Capability' Brown with walks and nature trails or relax and find your favourite spot to picnic and play in this glorious setting.
Discover the restored Stable Block, with displays and exhibitions telling the story of stable life in past times and not forgetting 'The Burton Constable Whale' a 60 foot long skeleton of a Sperm Whale stranded on the coast nearby in 1825 now restored and lurking in the Great Barn!
Take a welcome break in the Stables Tea Room for morning coffee and cake or refuel the family at lunchtime with a delicious selection of homemade food. Visit the small, but perfectly formed Gift Shop for that ideal souvenir to take home with you.
Whatever you decide, every day is a great day out at Burton Constable for everyone!