Things To See and Do
Welcome to Brodsworth
We have introduced limits on visitor numbers to help keep everyone safe, and you won’t be able to visit without your booking confirmation. If you’re a Member, your ticket will be free, but you still need to book in advance. To book your visit, click here.
Although things might be a little different when you visit, you’ll still be able to enjoy exploring the places where history really happened. And you’ll still be given a warm and safe welcome by our friendly – if socially distant – staff and volunteers.
- Gardens - Our grounds and gardens are open, The Game larder and Summer house will remain closed.
- House – The house will remain closed.
- Cafe – A take away catering offer will be provided in our outdoor seating area. Card payment only. Our café is taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme. Find out more here.
- Shop – The shop will be open for you to browse and purchase a range of gifts and souvenirs. There may be a one way system in place and we encourage contactless payments. Our online shop can be found here.
- Play area – The play area will be open.
- Toilets – Temporary toilet facilities are being provided.
- Summer Explorer Quest - This summer, from 18 July, take your family on a free fun adventure quest. Download your trail map here.
- Face coverings - Face coverings must be worn in Brodsworth's indoor shop and café and we recommend wearing them in all other indoor spaces. We won't be able to give you a face covering, so please come prepared so you don't miss out.
Unique Guided Tour
Take a unique guided tour around the house which has been preserved exactly as the last resident, Sylvia Grant-Dalton, left it in 1988.
The house appears as Sylvia used it, making do and mending as her funds and servants dwindled. Whilst some rooms have kept a sense of grandeur, elsewhere the hard years of gentle decline are apparent.
The library's original wallpaper and carpets are faded, and Charles Thellusson's woodworking room is full of the family's clutter. Look out for a Second World War baby's 'cradle gas mask', and a rare stuffed specimen of an American 'passenger pigeon'.
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. We also have a children's selection.
In fine weather, you can enjoy the tranquillity of the hall from the outdoor seating on the Tea Terrace.
You are also welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy in the gardens.
Plan your visit to Brodsworth Hall and Gardens today.
In the garden wind your way through the colourful formal flower beds to get a great view from the summerhouse. Trip-trap 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.