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Elton Hall and Gardens

ELTON HALL AND GARDENS

Elton Hall is a baronial hall in Elton, Cambridgeshire, home to the Proby family since 1660.  The Hall is an extraordinary, romantic, part-Gothic house which stands in the midst of unspoilt landscaped parkland surround by stunning gardens.
Set on the Cambridgeshire/Northamptonshire borders, Elton Hall is well located for access from all major routes.   Free parking is available at the garden centre  set within the Hall's grounds in the Victorian walled garden. 
The cafe is open throughout the day for refreshments, snacks and meals.   Gardens are wheelchair-accessible along pressed gravel and grass paths; we regret the Hall is not accessible to wheelchairs.   Please note that dogs are not permitted within the grounds.

For further information, opening dates, times and current admission prices, please visit our website: www.eltonhall.com

Group visits by arrangement

Available for wedding and event hire

Who to contact

Contact Name
Events Office
Telephone
E-mail
events@eltonhall.com
Website
www.eltonhall.com/

Where to go

Name
Elton Hall
Address
Elton
Nr. Peterborough
Postcode
PE8 6SH
Get directions to PE8 6SH

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Costs

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ADMISSION prices (please note payment is by cash or cheque only) 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) Group ADMISSION (minimum of 20 people) In addition, groups are welcome by appointment between April and September. Hall & Gardens: Adult £8.50 per person (no concessions for OAP, RHS and HHA) Gardens Only: Adult £6.50 per person (no concessions for OAP, RHS and HHA) EVENING TOURS: (After 6pm) Hall and Gardens £11 per person Gardens (guided) £10 per person (no concessions for OAP, RHS and HHA) SCHOOL GROUPS: Hall and Gardens £6.50 (accompanying teachers free, with a minimum of 1 teacher per 10 pupils)
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