Brodsworth Hall was built between 1861 and 1863 for Charles Sabine Thellusson. It survives as a mid-Victorian vision of a comfortable country house, with many of its original furnishings and the formal gardens laid out around it. However, Brodsworth had fallen into disrepair by 1990 when it was given to English Heritage. Since then its fragile interiors have been gently conserved, while the gardens have been returned to their earlier formality.
Prices start from £6.00, advanced tickets only, click below to book and see full price list.
Open Monday - Sunday from 10am - 5pm.
Contact & Location Information
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Telephone: 01302 722598