The Garden Landscape Guide

Burton Agnes Hall Garden

An Elizabethan Hall (by Robert Smithson) with a twentieth century garden. The house is surrounded by lawns and clipped yews. In 1990, the walled kitchen garden was laid out with a maze, colour theme gardens, herbaceous borders and a 'jungle garden' of bamboos and exotics.

Driffield, East Yorkshire, England, YO25 4NB

April to October. Daily. Open 11am to 5pm. Additional openings for snowdrops and Christmas - check website for details.

Adult Hall & Gardens £7.00, Gardens only £4.00

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Reviews

  • about 4 years by Pete 5 / 5

    Here is a glorious combination, House, Old Hall and church in perfect harmony. The house is well worth visiting with its mix of old and modern art.

    The garden is a little cracker. Lawns with lily ponds, a wooded walk with sculptures and a lovely walled garden. The later containing roses and "rooms" where you can play chess, draughts and snakes and ladders.

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Burton Agnes Hall Photograph © Burton Agnes
Burton Agnes Hall Garden, East Yorkshire Photograph © Burton Agnes
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Sculpture, Burton Agnes Hall Garden Photograph © Burton Agnes
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Burton Agnes, Summer Photograph © Pete Duxon
Burton Agnes, July 2010 Photograph © Pete Duxon