Bradgate Park is Leicestershire's largest and most popular country park. It comprises of 840 acres of land with grass, heath, bracken, rocky outcrops, small woods, herds of deer and the River Lin. The Park also includes the ruins of Bradgate House, the birthplace and early home of Lady Jane Grey 1537 - 1554 (Nine Days Queen of England.) Old John Tower folly, a well known Leicestershire landmark, stands on the ridge of high land.
(up to 3 hours) Monday to friday £2.50 Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays £3.00
(Allday) Monday to Friday £4.00 Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays £5.00
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Deer Barn Buildings, Bradgate Park, Newtown Linford, Leicestershire, LE6 0HE
Map reference: SK 523098 Lat: 52.68391 Long: -1.22688
Parking : with charge
Accessible by Public Transport : 5 miles (8.0 kms) from Leicester station
Disabled access along tarmac path through centre of park. During the summer months by arrangement you can drive through the centre of the park on Thursdays (NOT between end of October and 1st April).
Ranger lead tours available by pre-booking.
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