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Exton Hall

Exton

Extensive park, lawns, specimen trees and shrubs, lake, private chapel and C19 house (not open). Pinetum, woodland walks, lakes, ruins, dovecote and formal herbaceous garden.
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    Exton Hall is a 25 acre private garden with woodland walks that meander past specimen trees around the lakes and through the Pinetum with its Wellingtonia Avenue. The gardens include the ruins of the 15th Century Elizabethan Hall visited by both Shakespeare and Handel. The garden has open vistas as well as secluded spots with a wide variety of colour year round. To the South of the house is the sunken garden with its immaculate herbaceous border with itself bordered by a wonderful balustrade wall. The house and surrounding land has been in the Noel family for over 400 years, many members of the family have been keen botanists leaving a legacy of fine trees.

Exton Hall- Canceled

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On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

Pre-booking essential, please go to our events page to book your tickets.

Admission by donation

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  • Regular opening
  • Open by arrangement only
  • Cancelled opening
Owner Information

Viscount & Viscountess Campden
info@extonpark.co.uk
http://www.extonpark.co.uk

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How to find us

Exton Hall
Cottesmore Road
Exton
Rutland
LE15 8AN

Exton, Rutland.
Accessibility information

Whilst there is wheelchair access, areas of the garden are accessible along grass or gravel paths which, weather dependent, may make access difficult.

More about Exton Hall

Exton Hall is a 25 acre private garden with woodland walks that meander past specimen trees around the lakes and through the Pinetum with its Wellingtonia Avenue. The gardens include the ruins of the 15th Century Elizabethan Hall visited by both Shakespeare and Handel. The garden has open vistas as well as secluded spots with a wide variety of colour year round. To the South of the house is the sunken garden with its immaculate herbaceous border with itself bordered by a wonderful balustrade wall. The house and surrounding land has been in the Noel family for over 400 years, many members of the family have been keen botanists leaving a legacy of fine trees.

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