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Historic House

Contact

Gill Weston

01332 862502

Address

Church Square,
Melbourne,
Derbyshire,
DE73 8EN

Details

Visit this beautiful house of history, the home of Lord and Lady Ralph Kerr, and explore the picturesque gardens. Melbourne Hall was once the home of Prime Minister William Lamb.

On-site light refreshmentsPostboxPublic toiletsRegional Tourist Board MemberAccepts groups

Opening details

Melbourne Hall is open every afternoon during August except for the first 3 Mondays.
Tues/Wed/Thurs by guided tour only. Hall opens at 2.00.Tours leave front entrance every half hour from 2.15-4.15
Fri/Sat/Sun/B/h Mon not guided. Hall opens at 2.00 – last entry 4.15
Whenever the Hall is open during August the Garden is open 1.30-5.30

Upstairs rooms available for viewing by prior appointment only.

Prices

Hall & Gardens (August):
Adults £7.00 - OAPs £6.00 - Children (5-15 yrs) £5.00
Hall (August): Adults £5.00 - OAPs £4.00 Children (5-15 yrs) £3.50
Gardens: Adults £5.00 - OAPs £4.00 - Children (5-15 yrs) £4.00
The Gardens are open April through to September 1.30pm - 5.30pm Wednesday, over 5yrs
£4.00 - Wheelchair plus helper
£11.00 - Family ticket (2 adults 2 children)

Hall and Gardens (August Only):
£6.50 - Adult
£5.50 - OAP
£4.50 - Child over 5yrs
£6.50 - Wheelchair plus helper
£17.50 - Family ticket (2adults 2 children)

Facilities

  • On-site light refreshmentsOn-site light refreshments
  • PostboxPostbox
  • Public toiletsPublic toilets
  • Regional Tourist Board MemberRegional Tourist Board Member
  • Accepts groupsAccepts groups

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Map reference: SK 389250  Lat: 52.82114 Long: -1.42418

The village of Melbourne is just over the Leicestershire border off the A5132.

Parking: free