Things To See and Do
Bring your family and appreciate the grandeur of Victorian living. Built by Charles Thellusson, Brodsworth Hall was the Thellusson family home for over 120 years. Designed in the Italianate style of the 1860s, the 'grand rooms' on the ground floor recall its Victorian heyday. Many of the original furnishings can still be seen - explore some of the highlights from the collection.
Don't miss the cavernous Victorian kitchen with its impressive cooking range and the cosier 'Aga kitchen' and scullery with the original housekeeper's chair.
Please note the House will be closed over the winter period.
Stroll through the statue walks, the fern dell grotto and the beautiful wild rose dell.
Take in romantic views of the formal gardens and pleasure grounds from the restored summerhouse, and enjoy the period bedding plants in the Flower Garden.
After an afternoon exploring head over to the tearoom and terrace. The tearoom serves a delicious selection of high-quality Yorkshire food using the best local, fresh ingredients, including hot meals, hot and cold sandwiches and snacks, along with a range of cakes and bakes. We also have a children's menu.
In fine weather, you can enjoy the tranquillity of the hall from the outdoor seating on the Tea Terrace.
You can find allergen and nutritional information here.
In the garden wind your way through the colourful formal flower beds to get a great view from the summerhouse. Wander over and under the bridges of the fern dell, sniff your way through the wild rose dell and be sure to have a peek at our historic outdoor loo!
Enjoy family activities during the school holidays, live brass bands on summer Sundays and a year-round programme of events. And don't forget your blanket for a picnic on the lawn.