Constable Burton Hall is a handsome Palladian villa standing at the entrance to Wensleydale, North Yorkshire. Designed by the celebrated architect John Carr for Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, and completed in 1768, it is widely recognised as one of the finest medium-sized English houses built in the Palladian style.
The Hall stands in extensive woodland and formal gardens which are open to the public from mid-March to mid-September. Stunning seasonal displays of snowdrops and daffodils carpet the woodland walks and garden trails, making it an absolute must for garden and nature lovers alike.
The gardens are now closed for the winter season.
We look forward to welcoming you back in spring 2017.
Garden Opening Times 2017
- To be confirmed
Each year, on the first May Bank Holiday weekend, Constable Burton Hall plays host to a magnificent Tulip Festival.
Sponsored by Chelsea award winning nursery "Bloms Bulbs", large collections of traditional and new variant tulips are planted in the informal areas of the garden.
With over 6,500 bulbs planted annually, vast expanses of flowers grace the gardens in a glorious display of colour.
Saturday 30th April 2016 – Monday 2nd May 2016
- 10am – 5pm
- Standard admissions apply, children free