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Elton Hall and Gardens

Nr. Peterborough Category Museums & Galleries, Nature & Wildlife, Historic Sites
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An extraordinary, romantic, part Gothic house which has been in the Proby family since 1660.

The Hall, which stands in the midst of unspoilt landscaped parkland, is a fascinating mix of styles surrounded by stunning gardens. There is also the Walled Garden Garden Centre and Loch Fyne restaurant to visit.

Elton Hall lies at the heart of a 3,800 acre Estate made up of a mixture of property including farms, houses and cottages, commercial property and woodland. The Estate straddles the Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire borders and is well located for access from the East and West along the A14 and A47 and is 86 miles North of London, just off the A1.


Hall & Gardens:
• Adult: £9.00
• Senior Citizen: £8.00

Gardens only:
• Adult: £6.50
• Senior Citizen: £6.00

RHS Members:
• Hall: £5.00
• Gardens: Free

HHA Members:
• Hall: Free
• Gardens: Free

Children under 16 are free when accompanied by an adult.

(Please note, Hall only is the same price as Hall and Gardens)

The gardens are accessible for wheelchairs but unfortunately the Hall is not suitable for wheelchairs. Please contact the Estate Office for more information. We regret that no dogs are allowed in the Hall nor Formal Gardens.


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