Upcoming Events at Stately Homes
|Sat 4 Feb - Sun 5 Mar||Snowdrop Spectacular at Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens|
|Sat 10 Sep - Wed 1 Mar||Yarburgh's travels in the Americas at Sewerby Hall and Gardens|
|Tue 21 Feb||Family Archery at Sewerby Hall and Gardens|
|Wed 22 Feb||Pancake Tossing at Sewerby Hall and Gardens|
|Wed 22 Feb||Wildlife Warrior! at Sewerby Hall and Gardens|
|Thu 23 Feb||An afternoon with Helen Drewery, Classical Pianist at Sewerby Hall and Gardens|
|Sat 25 Feb||Sewerby parkrun at Sewerby Hall and Gardens|
Burton Constable Hall
One of the most fascinating country houses, Burton Constable is a large Elizabethan mansion set in a 300-acre park with nearly 30 rooms open.
Burton Agnes Hall is a magnificent example of Elizabethan architecture built in 1598 by Sir Henry Griffith and still lived in by his descendants.
Situated in a dramatic cliff-top position and set in 50 acres of early 19th Century parkland, Sewerby Hall and Gardens forms the gateway to the Flamborough Heritage Coast and enjoys spectacular views over Bridlington.
There is something about the charm of Sledmere which has captivated visitors for over 200 years. Carefully designed by Sir Christopher Sykes, 2nd Baronet, and nurtured by successive generations, this very special place brings new devotees every year.
Burnby Hall Gardens
These magnificent and beautifully laid out gardens incorporate two lakes which contain. A National Collection of water lilies. The Hall is also home to Victorian and Secret Gardens and a Primrose Wood.
Wassand Hall is a fine Regency House in beautiful tranquil surroundings between Seaton and Hornsea. The Estate has been in one family ownership since 1530 and enjoys beautiful walled gardens, woodland walk and half-mile park walk with views of Hornsea Mere which belongs to the Estate.
The Guildhall has been the home of civic governance in Beverley for over 500 years and features an impressive Georgian courtroom with ornate plasterwork by Giuseppe Cortese.
All Stately Homes
Hull and East Yorkshire is steeped in history, and what better way to discover it than touring the many historic houses and stately homes, their beautiful gardens and enjoying a refreshing break in one of the many lovely cafes?