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Visitor Info
  • Burton Agnes Hall: East Yorkshire's hidden gem
    A magnificent family home you can share
  • Burton Agnes Hall: 'the perfect English house'
    Fifteen generations' treasures: Impressionist paintings, magnificent furniture, carvings, and tapestries
  • A calendar of events offering an inspiring family day out
    Home to the marvellous Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues Festival
  • A house of immense charm and character
    Burton Agnes has a living example of a Norman Manor House, built in 1173 by Roger de Stuteville
  • Come and explore our stunning gardens
    The award winning gardens at Burton Agnes Hall offer something for everyone
  • Burton Agnes Hall: so much more than a stately home
    Spectacular spaces for families to relax, enjoy a picnic and run off steam
  • Garden Tours: a garden lover's dream...
    Learn about the history of the award winning walled gardens and explore behind the scenes
  • Enjoy some family time
    Set in the Yorkshire Wolds, Burton Agnes Hall is a brilliant place to seek inspiration, relax and simply unwind...

Gardeners' Fair
10 June 2017 - 11 June 2017

For the experienced gardener or the keen amateur, Burton Agnes Hall’s Gardeners’ Fair offers the widest possible range of specialist nurseries with the best quality plants around - all in the grounds of this magnificent Elizabethan stately home.

On the weekend of the 10th and 11th June from 11am-5pm, Burton Agnes Hall becomes a gardener’s dream. Its award winning gardens will be on show at their best (previously winning the HHA Christie’s Garden of the Year Award), alongside a broad range of specialist nurseries and stalls selling plants, gardening tools, garden furniture and ornaments, and gifts.

At this year’s Gardeners’ Fair, visitors will be able to purchase plants from more than fifty stalls, whose wares range from the classic to the highly original, such as Wack’s Wicked Carnivorous Plants! If you are looking for advice, then look no further. Burton Agnes’ gardening team will be on hand to share their knowledge and expertise, and throughout the weekend there will be specialist talks, chosen to explore a popular range of gardening topics.In the Courtyard, fairgoers will find Burton Agnes Hall’s shops. 

The Home & Garden Shop and Gift Shop each sell stunning, original gifts and souvenirs. Home grown plants, all propagated from the gardens, are also sold in the courtyard. The cafe will serve its scrumptious home cooked meals, snacks and treats, locally roasted Fairtrade coffee, and teas, amongst other tempting goodies.

11am-5pm

Adults £7.00, Seniors £6.50, Children £4.00 Under 5's Free

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