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Tulips at Constable Burton

Constable Burton Hall is an 18th century house which has been in the Wyvill family for 450 years. The house itself is not open to the public, but the gardens are, at specified times, and events are held in the grounds too. Constable Burton is particularly known for its annual tulip festival, held over the early May Bank Holiday, which showcases thousands of bulbs - but the gardens are a delight anyway.

Location/Address: Leyburn
County: North Yorkshire
Post Code: DL8 5LJ
Main Historic Period: Georgian
Link to featured article: Tiptoe through the tulips at Constable Burton
Useful Website Address: Constable Burton's website
Tip/Nearby: Middleham Castle, Bolton Castle
Primary Management: Private - open to the public
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