Monday, May 29, 2023

Burghley calls on all woodland explorers and secret spies this May Half Term…

Calling all woodland explorers and secret spies this May Half Term…join in on all the fun whilst school is out at Burghley!

Discover the brand new Adventure Play area, Hide & Secrets, open daily, 10am to 5pm. Day Tickets & Annual Passes are available to book online today.

Spymaster’s Guide 

Burghley’s Chief Spymaster Cecil the Mole has set a series of special spy missions in his clever Spymaster Guide. Grab one of these for FREE on arrival.

So much to explore

Bug houses, butterfly banks, secret tunnels, woodland play and den building provide a world of discovery that will enchant all ages.

Something for everyone

Wide pathways, sensory wall, accessible platforms in the lower levels of the towers and accessible look out points across the gorge mean everyone can come and play.

Toddler Play

Younger children will love their very own mini play tower. Featuring low level adventuring with a slide, rope bridge and balancing trail.

Refuel at The Muddy Mole

All of the play and exploring can be hungry work. When it’s time to take a rest, The Muddy Mole is the perfect spot to refuel. Grab a bite to eat and go again.

Book ahead

Slots are expected to fill up very fast as May Half Term approaches. Be sure to guarantee your place at Hide & Secrets Adventure Play in advance to avoid disappointment on the day.

Please book an arrival timeslot. You can arrive at any time during your booked timeslot. Once you enter, you’re welcome to stay as long as you wish.

History comes to life in a Beastly Boring Tour…

Join one of the fun and insightful Beastly Boring Tours during Half Term. Listen to fabulous costumed guides tell famous tales and stories you’ve never heard before about Burghley House’s history and people. This includes a free Beastly Boring Guidebook full of interesting facts and fun games to take home.

Enjoy the Parkland in the sunshine

The perfect meeting point for family picnics and idyllic strolls. Open daily and all year round. Access and car parking at no charge.

Ice cream weather

Slowly but surely, summer is on its way! Refresh and cool down with delicious ice-cream or a homemade smoothie from the pop-up Garden Shed.

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