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Below are the opening and closing times for Melbourne Hall and Gardens.

PEAK SEASON – AUGUST 2020

Please note: the Hall will remain closed for the peak season this year.

Weekends, Tue-Fri & Bank HolidaysMon
The Gardens1pm–5pmClosed

MAIN SEASON

July, September and October 2020.

Sat, Sun, Wed and Bank HolidaysMon, Tue, Thu & Fri
The Gardens1pm–5pmClosed

As the Hall is normally only open for one month of the year (August) and both entry and guided tours are very popular, please book in advance whenever possible to avoid disappointment.

Please call 01332 862502 or email us to arrange.

Ticket prices — The Hall

£6

Adults

£5

OAPs and children (5-15yrs)

£17

Family (2 adults & 2 children)

Ticket prices — The Gardens

£6

Adults

£5

OAPs and children (5-15yrs)

£17

Family (2 adults & 2 children)

£36

Season tickets (per person)

£85

Family Season ticket (2 adults & 2 children)

Ticket prices —
The Hall & The Gardens combined

£9

Adults

£7

OAPs and children (5-15yrs)

£25

Family (2 adults & 2 children)

Group Bookings

For Group bookings please call 01332 862502 or email us for prior arrangement with the Estate Office.

Visitor Centre and Tearooms

The Visitor Centre and Tea Rooms open various times throughout the year. For more information about the Visitor Centre please call 01332 862502. Melbourne Hall tearooms are located within the walls of the Hall, offering hot and cold food and drinks from 9 o’clock every day except Monday (open Bank Holiday Mondays).

Bookings are available for groups of 8 or more, please call the Tearooms directly on 01332 864224.

Melbourne is very well served for pubs, restaurants and shops. The parish church dedicated to St. Michael and St. Mary, located adjacent to Melbourne Hall is one of the finest in England.

Facilities and Access

At Melbourne Hall Gardens we have tried to make all areas accessible to wheelchairs, buggies and pedestrians. However, by the nature of the garden, there are some quite steep slopes and steps – although there is generally an alternative. Some paths are uneven due to tree roots and care needs to be taken. The gardeners are always happy to be of assistance whenever possible – do please ask if you require any assistance.

Public toilets are located in the Visitor Centre near the entrance to the gardens.

No dogs are allowed within the gardens except assistance dogs.

There is limited parking in Church Square and Castle Square.