Burghley House

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BurghleyHouse, Although Burghley House itself is not open to the public all year round it's still a fun place to take the family, and even you dog for a walk. Full of great sites and lots of wonderful wildlife to see.

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Burghley House is all in one when you think about having a good time on any day of the week. The house itself is a grand 16th century country house build for Sir William Cecil later the first Baron Burghley during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. He was Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, between 1558 and 1587 and the house was modelled on the privy lodgings of Richmond Palace. It has been scenery for famous and memorable movies like the Da Vinci Code and Pride & Prejudice. most of the enormous property is open to public and you can have a nice walk or run through the park enjoy taking scenic photography, walk near the dears and even visit the gardens when they're open.

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