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Bramham Park

West Yorkshire
LS23 6ND

Bramham Park is a splendid Queen Anne mansion, containing fine collections of furniture, porcelain and paintings and is set in the peaceful tranquillity of 66 acres of formal grounds and 100 acres of pleasure grounds. (House open by appointment for groups of 10 mornings only).

Garden and Pleasure Grounds

The gardens are unique in the British Isles for their 'grand vista' design inspired by Andre le Notre, who created Versailles. They remain as they were originally laid out, over 250 years ago, with ornamental ponds, cascades, tall beech hedges and loggias of various shapes. The gardens are noted for the magnificent display of daffodils and other spring flowers. Throughout the summer a fine display of flowers of infinite variety vie with the roses for your enjoyment. Dogs may be walked in the grounds and gardens, but must be kept on a lead.

Three long vistas stretch into the pleasure grounds of Black Fen, wherein the more natural and wilder habitat nature trails have been established amongst the magnificent Cedar, Copper Beech and Spanish Chestnut rides radiating from temples and an Obelisk.

Additional information:
  • Please note there are no refreshment facilities on site. Visitors are welcome to picnic in the grounds.

  • Dogs may be walked in the grounds and gardens, but must be kept on a lead.

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  • Directions

    West of the A1, 5 miles south of Wetherby, 10 miles from Leeds and 15 miles from York.

    Please note new local access roads, entrance to the Park is off the new access road past Bowcliffe Hall, there is no exit now off the A1 at Bramham.
    Bus: Leeds to Wetherby, ask for Terry Lug Farm

    Bramham Park Postcode for SatNav: LS23 6ND


    +44 (0)1937 846 000
    +44 (0)1937 846 007

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