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Brief description of site

Burton Agnes has a garden and woodlands. There is good survival of the structural features. Other features include a walled kitchen garden, a jungle garden and a clipped yew avenue.

Brief history of site

Burton Agnes was first created in the 17th century. There are some later additions.

Location information:

Address: The Estate Office, Burton Agnes, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 0ND

Locality: Driffield

Local Authorities:

East Riding of Yorkshire; Burton Agnes

Historical County: East Riding of Yorkshire

OS Landranger Map Sheet Number: 101 Grid Ref: TA 105 632
Latitude: 54.0529 Longitude: -0.313577

Visitor facilities

Opening contact details:

The site is open daily from 11 am between April and October.

Visitor information:

Gift shop, garden shop, cafe, ice-cream parlour, Farmers' Food Store. Free Parking, disabled toilets, wheelchair access to garden and ground floor of Hall.

Key information:

Form of site: garden

Purpose of site: ornamental garden

Context or principal building: country house

Site first created: 1600 to 1699

Main period of development: 17th century

Survival: Extant

Site Size (Hectares): 44

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