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The Bramham Park and Gardens are open but please call the Estate Office on 01937 846000 before you visit. The estate hosts many events throughout the year resulting in the closure of the gardens. For questions please email us on email@example.com Thank you for your understanding
Bramham Park’s creator Robert Benson, later Lord Bingley, completed his formal education with a grand tour in 1697, and whilst in Italy he began to envisage his new house in the Palladian manner as an element within a grand landscaped park.
THE GARDENS & GROUNDS
The Gardens & Grounds are open most of the year, by appointment, on weekdays, between 9am and 5pm.
Concessions and Children £5
The House is open all year, by appointment, on weekdays. (During some large events we may not be able to take bookings)
£15 per person, with a minimum party size of 10.
The Equi-Trek Bramham International Horse Trials takes place annually at Bramham Park. Attracting competitors from across the globe, it has become a big fixture in the equestrian calendar. Visit the Bramham Horse Trials website.
Leeds Festival has featured at Bramham Park since 2003 and is one of the country’s best-known music and entertainment festivals. Visit the Leeds Festival website.
The current generation of the Lane Fox family has been lucky enough to inherit the historic and natural assets, created by the hard work of its ancestors. With this privilege comes the duty to preserve and enhance them for future generations. Every management decision is a balance between the short-term commercial requirement to maintain the historic assets and the long-term benefit to the environment and community.
A year after construction began the 1.2MW anaerobic digestion plant at Wothersome Grange became operational in September 2015.
After 300 years, which include the South Sea Bubble, the untimely death of the heir, dissipation by illegitimate children, crippling gambling debts, a devastating fire, the ravages of two World Wars and death duties, the Lane Fox family still live at Bramham and continue to care for its heritage.