Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE0 3JY. Tel 01780 752451

Home of the Cecil Family for over 400 years, Burghley, the largest and grandest house of the First Elizabethan Age, was built between 1565 and 1587 by William Cecil, the most trusted and able advisor to the Queen. The House remains a family home for his descendants. Visitors are most welcome to share this most spectacular of houses and the treasures within it.
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1.5 miles from the A1 at Stamford. BR, Peterborough Station (49 minutes from Kings Cross). Peterborough is 14 miles by car to the house.

Open 1 Apr-4 Oct 1998

Closed during the winter

Partial disabled access. Please phone for details

Adults £5.85; OAP's £5.55; 1 child free with each paying adult, otherwise £2.70.

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