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Melbourne Hall

About Melbourne Hall

The home of Lord and Lady Ralph Kerr. Lord Ralph being a direct descendant of Sir John Coke who made Melbourne his home in 1629. The house has a chequered and unusually well-documented history, and all centuries from the 16th to the 20th have left their mark on the fabric. This combined with the fact that Melbourne remains a lived-in family home, accounts for its warm, welcoming and comfortable atmosphere.

Booking Policy

Facilities and Access:
At Melbourne Hall Gardens we have tried to make all areas accessible to wheelchairs, buggies and pedestrians. However, by the nature of the garden, there are some quite steep slopes and steps – although there is generally an alternative. Some paths are uneven due to tree roots and care needs to be taken. The gardeners are always happy to be of assistance whenever possible – do please ask if you require any assistance.
Public toilets are located in the Visitor Centre near the entrance to the gardens.
No dogs are allowed within the gardens except assistance dogs.
There is limited parking in Church Square and Castle Square.

Cancellation Policy

Custom Policy

Refunds are not available unless under extenuating circumstances, and will be dealt with on an individual basis.