Exton Park

Built around a pre-existing building in 1811 to a design by John Linnell Bond with an unusual circular riding school.

Near Oakham, Leicestershire, LE15 8AN

Exton Park is a large traditional English country estate that has been the home of the Noel family (the Earls of Gainsborough) for over 400 years.

The site comprises a large manor house, follies, lakes, formal gardens, ancient woodland, private chapel and the ruins of the old mansion.

Opening Times

Exton Hall is available to visit by appointment.

Please contact Viscount Campden on or phone 01572 812208.


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Group Visits

Exton Hall is available to visit by appointment. Visits are offered to the house and garden and refreshments and lunch can be arranged.

Please contact Viscount Campden on or phone 01572 812208.

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