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Yorkshire Gardens and Parks

Yorkshire's award winning gardens and parks come in all shapes and sizes, and are some of the finest in England. From the mirror-like pools of Studley Royal water garden to the riot of architectural features at Castle Howard, Yorkshire is a must of garden connoisseurs.

Whilst the eccentricities of times past have been immortalised by Constable and others, Yorkshire is still designing and planting some of Europe's most exciting new gardens such as the Sheffield Winter Garden and the Gardens at Scampston, winner of the Small Visitor Attraction of the Year at the 2010 White Rose Awards.

Explore more than 60 beautiful gardens across Yorkshire »


The National Gardens Scheme

Looking for some gorgeous gardens to visit in Yorkshire?

The National Gardens Scheme has been opening gardens of quality, character and interest since 1927 raising money for nursing, caring and gardening charities. Since its foundation, it has donated £46 million - over £24 million of that in the last 10 years.

The NGS is the largest single donor to Macmillan Cancer Support and Marie Curie Cancer Care and continues to support The Queen's Nursing Institute (QNI) - the original charity which inspired the establishment of what is now the biggest garden based charity fundraiser in England and Wales.

Other beneficiaries are Carers Trust, Hospice UK and Perennial. Their ‘guest'charity for 2014/5 is Parkinsons UK. Looking to the future, it also funds horticultural trainees within the RHS and at the Garden Museum, London.

By visiting a garden open for the NGS you are supporting these charities. The gardens are exceptional value for money, usually offering delicious homemade teas & quality plants for sale and you are sure to be inspired with ideas for your own garden.

Most gardens hold Open Days, but many also open by arrangement. They vary in size from large estates to small cottage gardens and include every style from formal to wild. Every garden has something to offer: an idea you can replicate, a striking plant association, a bench that's just asking to be sat upon or a view that inspires ..... they're out there waiting to be found. So, grab a Yellow Book , a Yorkshire county booklet or just follow that yellow sign and discover the NGS.

Details of over 3,800 gardens are listed in The Yellow Book every year - the essential guide for garden visitors. Full information about the gardens and the charity can also be found on their website www.ngs.org.uk and FREE booklets, listing 143 gardens open in Yorkshire in 2015 are available from libraries, garden centres and Tourist Information Centres.


There are gardens and parks just waiting to be enjoyed right across the region

  • The Walled Garden at Scampston, winners of the Small Visitor Attraction of the Year award at the 2010 White Rose Awards. The garden is set to become a modern masterpiece, created by the internationally renowned designer Piet Oudolf. Unashamedly modern, the gardens still complement the adjoining historic Scampston Hall and Park.
  • RHS Garden Harlow Carr is a multi award winning garden, winners of the Large Visitor Attraction of the Year and Sustainable Tourism Award at the 2010 White Rose Awards. Visitors can enjoy the tranquil surroundings and stroll along the Streamside Garden, explore 'Gardens through Time', savour the Scented Garden, and take ideas from the extensive Kitchen Garden.


  • Wentworth Castle Gardens and Stainborough Park - The only Grade 1 historic garden and parkland in South Yorkshire. With a collection of 26 monuments and follies, atmospheric views and woodland walks there is something for everyone to enjoy in the garden throughout the year.
    Newby Hall & Gardens, nr Ripon is famed for its magnificent double herbaceous borders as well as the rose garden, water garden and mature woods. Not forgetting the amazing childrens play area and farm shop.
  • Brodsworth Hall & Gardens: The beautiful grounds, a collection of grand gardens in miniature, have been restored to their full Victorian splendour, and feature a colourful array of seasonal displays. The flower garden displays a fine selection of period bedding plants, while romantic views from the restored summerhouse take in both the formal gardens and the pleasure grounds. Stroll through the statue walks, the fern dell grotto and the beautiful wild rose dell.
  • Thorp Perrow Arboretum. Thorp Perrow Arboretum, 85 acres of woodland walks, one of the largest collections of trees and shrubs in the North of England.
  • Burton Constable Hall, nr Hull. A comprehensive programme of parkland restoration has been in place since 1999, funded by the European Community and the Government through the Countryside Stewardship Scheme. This has involved planting thousands of trees to recreate the eighteenth and nineteenth-century clumps, and replenishing the avenues to the south and west of the house. Hedges, sunk fences and the surviving ha-ha have been restored, as have various built features including ‘Capability' Brown's bridge. The pasture continues to be managed without the use of fertilisers in order to encourage a diversity of plant species together with animal and bird life. This is a lovely garden to explore.
  • Wentworth Woodhouse Gardens. Explore the replanted maze, bear pit, ornamental and Japanese Gardens, "Hot" walls and a wealth of stone and water features.
  • harewoodHarewood House and Garden There are over 100 acres of award-winning gardens at Harewood all in the setting of a magnificent landscape created by Lancelot ‘Capability' Brown. With splendid floral displays, rare and exotic plants, breath-taking views, rolling landscapes, shady woodland paths, and lakeside walks, there's something to delight all year around.
  • Kilnsey Park is part of the Kilnsey Estate which dates back to the 1200s. Originally farmed by monks from Fountains Abbey it was given by Henry VIII to one of his nobles and later passed to the Roberts family, who continue to live there today. Activities available on the Estate include a farm attraction, fishing, nature trails and pony trekking.
  • Burnby Hall Gardens is beautifully laid out and incorporates two lakes which contain a National Collection of Hard Water lilies, recognised as one of the largest displays found in a natural setting in Europe and are teeming with a vast collection of fish which can be hand-fed.
  • Cannon Hall Museum Park and Gardens, Barnsley - Cannon Hall is a stunning Georgian country house museum set in 70 acres of historic parkland and beautiful landscaped gardens. It is the perfect day out for all the family. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the past in the wonderful surroundings of the grand hall and its grounds

Other ideas

  • Yorkshire Lavender in Terrington is the North of England's premier Lavender Farm, Gardens and Herb Nursery. Set in a spectacular hillside farm of nearly 60 acres, within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • Wolds Way Lavender - Set within ½ mile from the Wolds Way Walk, surrounded by mature woodland, on the edge of the picturesque Yorkshire Wolds. Wolds Way Lavender and Herb Farm is a wonderful and relaxing place to visit. The family run 12 acre site is currently planted with over six acres of lavender ranging from rich hues of purple to the purest white.
  • Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens, York - Stillingfleet Lodge is a series of small gardens surrounding a late C19th farmhouse. Established 30 years ago, each garden is packed with texture and foliage, densely planted for ease of maintenance, based on cottage garden principles.

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