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Cragside House, Gardens & Estate

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Description: The home of Lord Armstrong, the Victorian engineer and landscape genius. The living exhibition of the development of technology within the home. The first house in the world to be lit by electricity. Extensive gardens, walks and a labyrinth and play area for the children.

Ownership:
National Trust

Situation OS ref: NU 074022

How to get there:
By car: Off the B6341 Alnwick to Rothbury road some half mile from Rothbury. Signposted.
By public transport: Regular bus service passes the entrance.

Seasonal opening details (2017):
House
Opening Hours:

Last admission at the gate is 4pm (3pm, 3 November to 17 December). Last entry to estate drive is 5.30pm. Last entry to house one hour before closing; entry is controlled (queueing at busy times).

Facilities:
Picnic areas, restaurant, refreshments, shop, dogs welcome, adventure playground.

Admission Prices 2017
Gift Aid Admission (Standard Admission prices in brackets)
House, gardens and estate:
adult 18.80 (17.00), child 9.40 (8.50), family 47 (42.50).

Gardens and estate:
Summer: adult 12.20 (11), child 6.10 (5.50), family 30.50 (27.50).
Winter: adult 6.50 (5.60), child 3.30 (3.00), family 15.50 (14).

Payment by cash only at the admission point (to maintain speed of entry).
Credit/debit cards can be used for purchases in the restaurant and shop

Contact:
01669 620333
01669 622020 (Shop)
01669 622040 (Restaurant)

Attached attractions:
Forty miles of footpaths through this huge estate.

Additional Information
House partly accessible for wheelchairs lift to 1st floor.
Shop and restaurant fully accessible

Web link: (where appropriate):

Places to stay nearby:
Northumberland

Local towns and villages:
Rothbury
Alnwick


Cragside House, Gardens & Estate, England