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Access for All

We are here to help make your day at Burton Agnes Hall run smoothly, whatever your accessibility needs. Here is some information to help plan your visit. Please don’t hesitate to phone us on 01262 490324 if you would like further information about access.

Wheelchair access

The Hall’s ground floor is wheelchair accessible, with access via the house’s side door, and then a ramp indoors. Unfortunately, wheelchair access to the first and second floors of the house is not possible, however a reduced admission charge is offered.

The Walled Gardens, grounds and woodland are accessible to wheelchair users. There are some steps around the grounds - in these places, there are alternative routes with slopes where there is a height change, enabling access to all areas. The shops and café in the stableyard are wheelchair accessible, too. We recommend that visitors use an outdoor wheelchair if possible, as some of our paths are gravelled (you can borrow a wheelchair at the admission desk).


Motorised mobility aids


In order to preserve our historic items and for conservation reasons, motorised wheelchairs, buggies and scooters are not permitted in the house. We have two hand-pushed and self-propelled wheelchairs for use inside, which are available on a first-come, first-served basis.



Disabled parking can be found in the main car park. The parking bays nearest the entrance are reserved for blue badge holders.

Accessible facilities and other points

There is a unisex disabled toilet, and baby change facilities, in both the stableyard and in the woodland adventure playground.

We have a HippyChick Hipseat available for visitors to borrow.

You are - of course - most welcome to breastfeed anywhere at Burton Agnes Hall.  Please let a member of staff know if there is anything we can do to help make you more comfortable.

Support dogs on leads are very welcome.



Not all disabilities are visible. A disabled guest that pays admission or has a Burton Agnes Hall membership may bring one carer free of charge. You may be asked to show proof of disability, for example by showing one of the following: Blue Parking Permit or written confirmation of the above from the DWP with photographic identification, Visual Impairment Registration Card (BD8), Disability Living Allowance letter, Attendance Allowance letter or Invalidity Benefit letter.


If you have any questions, please contact us directly on 01262 490324 or We will be happy to help.

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