Harlaxton Manor is a dramatic and unforgettable country house set within 300 acres of parkland and gardens near Grantham in rural Lincolnshire.
Opening seasonally for the first time in 190 years, we welcome you to explore the manor, wander its magnificent gardens and enjoy the breathtaking views and scenery of Harlaxton Manor.
Over 300 acres, Harlaxton Manor’s grounds and gardens offer something for everyone.
Designed as a tour around Europe, the Manor Gardens are some of Harlaxton’s most treasured features and our beautiful parkland is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the breathtaking scenery.
Meanwhile, our extensive woodland offers peace and tranquility like nowhere else, transforming into an ocean of colour when our famous bluebells bloom.
Steeped in unique architectural history, Harlaxton Manor was constructed in 1831 by wealthy Nottinghamshire businessman, Gregory Gregory.
Sitting in 300 acres of parkland, the manor’s spectacular architecture is a combination of gothic, Jacobethan, and baroque styles, creating an unforgettable and dramatic experience.
The manor house is open for guided tours on key dates only and advance booking is essential.
With French terraces, an Italian garden, a Dutch canal and even an observatory, the formal gardens beside Harlaxton Manor are a feast for the senses.
Manicured lawns, blooming flowers and sculpted trees decorate the rolling hills that wrap around the manor which creates a spectacular backdrop.
The gardens also include an incredible 19th century conservatory where orange trees and tropical plants grow, some of which were donated by the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew.
Open House Tickets
Explore the Harlaxton Manor for the first time after 2 years as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Harlaxton College.
|Concession (60+ and student)||£10|