The Gardens are a glorious haven of beauty and tranquility and include the two well-stocked Lakes that house a National Collection of Hardy Water Lilies over 80 cultivars.
The Lakes are also home to a vast collection of ornamental fish which can be hand fed.
Burnby Hall Gardens provide 9 acres of changing vistas, which include a woodland walk, Victorian Garden, a Secret Garden, extensive rockeries, shrubberies, Heather beds and a fine collection of ornamental and indigenous trees.
The Stewarts Museum has been completely refurbished. There are now state-of-the-art display cases that show off to their full advantage all the artifacts Major Stewart collected on his eight worlds in the early 29th century.
Age concern winner for its disabled facilities, the site is wheelchair friendly.