Deene Park

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Deene Park


Home of the Brudenell family since 1514.

Deene Park

Deene Park

About Deene Park

Deene Park is a wonderfully eclectic mix of architectural styles that have evolved over the centuries. Before the Norman Conquest and 150 years after him, Dean’s manor belonged to Westminster Abbey and was occasionally used by the abbot. Around 1215, Yvode was first rented to his Lord Dean for a rent of £18 a year and the promise of his once a year hospitality for the abbot and his family. The house was built over his six centuries and developed into its present mansion during the Tudor and Georgian eras. Some of the rooms that the family uses on a daily basis are open to the public.

Curated by many volunteer guides during open days. At least seven rooms are open to the public on Open House Day, each with its own style. Deene Park is a mix of furniture and family heirlooms collected over the years full of sentimental value. The unique mixture offers visitors an impressive yet intimate atmosphere. Tickets are available to purchase online until midnight the night prior to an event. Once the online ticket portal closes, tickets will be available to purchase in person at the admissions hut from 1pm.

Visit the website by scanning the QR code below:

01780 450361

How to get here

Estate Office, Deene Park, NN17 3EW