Enjoy a day out at England’s greatest Elizabethan House
The House and Gardens are open daily (House closed on Fridays, but open on Good Friday) from 11am to 5pm, last admission 4.30pm.
Admission Charges 2017
From March 2017 all tickets to the House and Gardens and Gardens will be available as gift aidable annual passes at no extra charge. These passes will allow access to the House and Gardens or Gardens for a full year from the date of purchase. Online advance ticket discounts are also available as annual passes at no extra charge. Please note your year starts from the date of purchase of your ticket, not the date of your visit, so you can visit on any day after your purchase. Certain event days will not be included in annual pass admission, if you are visiting for a specific event, please check which tickets you need to purchase on our events diary.
Online advance tickets will be available shortly.
|House and The Gardens of Surprise|
|Annual Pass||Online Advance Tickets||Available in 2017|
|Children (3-15 years)||9.00||8.00||Buy Tickets|
|Family (2 adults & 3 children)||52.00||45.00||Buy Tickets|
|The Gardens of Surprise|
|Annual Pass||Online Advance Tickets|
|Children (3-15 years)||8.00||7.00||Buy Tickets|
|Family (2 adults & 3 children)||38.00||35.00||Buy Tickets|
Every child House and Gardens ticket purchased will receive a FREE Beastly Boring Burghley children’s guidebook packed with fun tales and puzzles.
Photography is now permitted within the House and Gardens, for personal use only. In the House the use of tripods is not permitted and we politely request that you are mindful of other visitors by using your camera without the flash.
Visitor Guidelines for the Gardens
Children must be supervised at all times, a minimum of one adult to every four children.
Children to be clothed or in swimsuits (including swim nappies) at all times.
Suitable footwear to be worn.
Sorry no dogs or ball games.
Picnics in the Sculpture Garden only.
Please do not drink the water.
Gift aid explained
Under HMRC guidelines, we are able to offer an annual pass that can be gift aided at no additional charge. Simply provide us with your name and address and confirm that you are a UK Taypayer and we will do the rest. Burghley House Preservation Trust is then able to reclaim 25p of tax on every £1 that you have given.
Who gets the money?
Burghley is owned and administered by The Burghley House Preservation Trust, a non-profit making charity committed to the furthering of education and the preservation of Burghley House, its collections and environment. All income is put into the preservation and running of Burghley as a visitor attraction and caring for it for future generations to enjoy.
The Orangery Restaurant and Courtyard Shop
The Orangery Restaurant and Courtyard shop are daily from 11am to 5pm. The Orangery closes occasionally on for private events. The Orangery will be closed on the following Fridays for private functions, we apologise for any inconvenience caused; Friday 30th June, 7th July, 21st July, 4th August, 18th August, 25th August. Please check this website for details or call 01780 761989 for any enquiries.
The Garden Cafe and Garden Shop are open daily from 11am to 5pm
The House and Gardens of Surprise
The House and Gardens of Surprise are open daily from Saturday 18th March 2017 (House closed on Fridays) from 11am until 5pm, with the last admission on to either at 4.30pm (House will remain open on Good Friday).
The House and Gardens will be closed Thursday, 31st August until Sunday, 3 September 2017 for the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials.
The Parkland remains open daily from 8am to 8pm or dusk if earlier. Parking and admission to the Parkland is free of charge, and dogs are allowed when kept on a lead.
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