AS A MARK OF RESPECT TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, BURNBY HALL GARDENS WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY 19TH SEPTEMBER
Pocklington’s unique Gardens have justifiably been called “a jewel in Yorkshire’s crown” and are home to a National Collection of over eighty varieties of Hardy Water Lilies which bloom on the Upper and Lower Lakes between June and August. Events include an annual Tulip Festival, Sunday brass band concerts, and children’s events held throughout the spring and summer. The Stewart Museum houses artefacts collected by Major Percy Stewart, an adventurer and traveller, who owned Burnby Hall and made eight world tours between 1906 and 1926.
WE REGRET THAT, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ASSISTANCE DOGS, WE DO NOT ALLOW DOGS IN THE GARDENS.