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Gothic Summer House, Bramham Park

Gothic Summer House, Bramham Park, Wetherby, West Yorkshire LS23 6LR View on map

Grade II listed early 19th century summerhouse. Bramham Park is a Queen Anne house set in an early 18th landscape designed by its creator Robert Benson and still lived in by his descendants.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

House and Gardens are open all year round on weekdays by appointment (except during large events). See website www.bramhampark.co.uk for details and ring Estate Office 01937 846000 to book.

Admission Charges

  • Adult: 4.00
  • Child: free (aged 5 and under) 2.00 (age 6-16)
  • Other Charges: 2.00 (senior citizen)

Directions

5 miles south of Wetherby just off A1(M) between junctions 44 and 45. Rail: Garforth (8 miles). Bus: No 770 (Leeds - Harrogate) stops at Terry Lug.

Parking Spaces

50

Unlimited parking (closed during large events-check website for details)

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes