Broadlands Park

Broadlands Pk, Romsey SO51 9ZD, United Kingdom, Romsey, UK
Total area:
180 hectares
About The Venue

Broadland Park is the parkland surrounding the English country house known as the Broadlands. The Estate is situated in the Test Valley district of Hampshire, England. The park, which consists of the house’s formal garden and the historic landscape of the Broadlands, is listed as Grade II in the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. Because of the natural beauty and historical significance of the location, the Broadland Park is one of UK’s most popular venues used for the hosting of various events. Among them is the Romsey Show and the Garden Show.

The Broadland Park is the result of several years of deformalisation. The process began shortly after Henry Temple, 1st Viscount Palmerston, purchased the estate in 1736. The official deformalisation completed in 1767. The park along with the estate is currently the home of the Mountbatten family. The park consists of 186 hectares of land of which the formal garden and pleasure grounds constitute 16 hectares while the remaining 170 hectares are comprised of park and farmland. The venue has three entrances with driveways and paths leading from them to the house itself. Parking is allowed by using designated areas and the acquisition of parking passes. The venue is reachable from both Southampton Airport as well as Romsey Railway Station.

How to get to Broadlands Park
On foot

Southampton Airport – not advisable

Romsey Railway Station – via Station Rd/B3398, 11 mins

By Car

Southampton Airport – via M27, 16 mins

Romsey Railway Station – via Alma Rd/A3057 and B3398, 3 mins

By public transport

Southampton Airport – via South Western Railway, 29 mins

Romsey Railway Station – not available

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