The Visitor Centre is now OPEN to the public
Work on the exciting new Bradgate Park Visitor Centre started at the end of February 2016 that work is now complete and we would like you to share the experience.
There is no entry charge so please come along and find out more about the Park, its origins, its history, its geology and the wildlife that live and visit the park.
Open daily from 10.30 – 4.00pm
Located at the centre of the Park next to the Estate Office and Deer Barn Tea Rooms the Visitor Centre is clearly marked with its own access doors. It can be found by following the tarmac path through the Park from either the Newtown Linford or the Cropston car parks. It is the culmination of a great deal of work and consultation and is intended to provide the public with an understanding of how the Park fits into the history and geology of the world. It looks at the evidence that exists of human occupation and the role of the families who lived in and owned the Park.