Terraces at Bramall Hall receive makeover as attraction reopens its door to visitors

The hall has reopened on Wednesday May 19 but work is continuing on the Terraces

Terraces at Bramall Hall receive makeover as attraction reopens its door to visitors

Visitors to Bramall Hall will notice its famous Terraces are receiving a makeover when the hall reopens to the public on Wednesday (May 19).

Contractors, working on behalf of the council, have been busy renovating and refurbishing the Terraces in front of the Hall in recent weeks.

Scaffolding is currently in place to allow machinery and materials access to the Terraces while construction takes place.

While this takes place, further work will continue to resurface the three footpaths that border the croquet lawn.

As a result, this will mean this area of the park will be closed to visitors while the works takes place and we will aim to keep this closure and disruption to a minimum.

The memorial benches surrounding this area have been mapped and will be refurbished, if required.

In addition to the work being carried out on the Terraces, workmen are also busy creating a new cycle and footway at the entrance of the park, close to the roundabout, which is part of the council’s Mayoral Challenge Fund Bee Network programme.

Bramall Hall is open from today, Wednesday, May 19. The opening times are as follows: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday: 11am to 4.30pm, last admission is at 3.45pm.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the current restrictions in place, all visitors must buy a timed entry ticket online in advance of their visit.

Tickets are currently not available on the door at Bramall Hall.

Please visit our new online box office to book tickets for your visit.