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Part/component area of: Alnwick Castle


Brief description of site

Hulne Park was once part of Hulne Priory and is one of two parks once associated with Alnwick Castle. Features include extensive parkland with no vehicle access, the Priory remains, the gatehouse to Alnwick Abbey and two bridges.

Brief history of site

Hulne Park is situated close to Alnwick Castle. It was at one time a deer park and was enclosed with a stone wall by the 16th century. It is likely that Lancelot Brown was involved in laying out Hulne Park in the later-18th century.

Location information:

Address: The Estate Offices, Alnwick Castle, NE66 1NQ

Locality: Alnwick, Northumberland

Local Authorities:

Northumberland; Alnwick

Historical County: Northumberland

OS Landranger Map Sheet Number: 81 Grid Ref: NU187134
Latitude: 55.4142 Longitude: -1.70618

Visitor facilities

Opening contact details:

The site is open to the public between 11am and sunset.

Key information:

Form of site: landscape park

Purpose of site: Ornamental

Main period of development: Late 18th century

Survival: Extant

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