Burghley House

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Burghley House: Burghley was built and mostly designed by William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, between 1555 and 1587, and is still lived in by his descendants. The main part of the house has 35 major rooms on the ground and first floors, as well as more than 80 lesser rooms. Surrounded by historic parkland and the gardens of surprise including the Contemporary Sculpture Garden.

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Parkland

The park is open 365 days per year from 8am to 8pm or dusk if earlier, and is free admission to all (please note the park may be closed occasionally for events or deer management). Dogs are allowed as long as they are kept on a lead to protect the deer herd. Please note dogs are restricted to the parkland and are not allowed in the Gardens.

Admission

Opening times (House & gardens, Easter - October):
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
11:00 - 17:0011:00 - 17:0011:00 - 17:0011:00 - 17:00-11:00 - 17:0011:00 - 17:00

Prices (House & gardens):
AdultChild (5-15)Child (0-4)ConcessionsFamily
(2 Adults & 2 children)
£10.90£5.00Free£9.50£28.00

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Contact

Address: Burghley House, Burghley, Cambridgeshire, PE9 3JY, UK
Phone: +44 1780 752 451
Email: burghley@burghley.co.uk

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