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Yorkshire Stately Homes

Yorkshire's grand stately homes tell the region's vivid history. Many of them have been lived in by the same families for hundreds of years, filled not only with family memorabilia, but also great works of art and priceless antiques.

You will find Capability Brown landscapes, Vanbrugh masterpieces, Adam interiors, Jacobean palaces and Regency mansions.

Across Yorkshire you'll recognise some of the world famous exteriors and marvel at the hidden treasures within. But don't forget the magnificent surrounding gardens, landscapes and of course, some great play areas to keep the kids happy! 

 

Some of the highlights...

  • Harewood north front  800 x 600Nostell Priory House near Wakefield is an 18th-century architectural masterpiece with Adam interiors, Chippendale furniture, fine collections and landscape park and gardens
  • Harewood House, near Leeds is the family seat of the Earl and Countess of Harewood. One of the treasure houses of England, renowned for its stunning architecture and exquisite Adam interiors, rich collection of Chippendale furniture, fine porcelain and outstanding art collections, all in the setting of Yorkshire's most beautiful landscape and over 100 acres of award-winning gardens.
  • Carlton Towers. This historic property has belonged to the ancestors of the Duke of Norfolk since the Norman Conquest. Currently the family home to Lord and Lady Gerald Fitzalan Howard, it is the most complete house of its type to be found today and boasts original Victorian features including three grand Staterooms and a Minstrel's Gallery.
  • Castle Howard near York has a major new exhibition: "Brideshead Restored" exploring the recently filmed Brideshead Revisited. Gardens, farm shop, a new play area and an Arboretum make this a full day out. 
  • Burton Agnes Hall in East Yorkshire is a beautiful example of Elizabethan architecture. Explore the family's treasures including an Impressionist art collection, then wander through topiaries and lawns to discover the old walled garden.
  • Ripley Castle, North Yorkshire. Follow the lives and loves of one family for over 700 years and how they have been affected by the turbulent events of English history.
  • Historic Kilnwick Percy Hall is a stunning Grade 2* listed building set within 42 acres of grounds with woodland walks, parkland and a lake.
  • Brodsworth Hall & Gardens, Doncaster. Built in the 1860's this is one of England's most unaltered Victorian country houses. Take a stroll in the labrinthine 'grand gardens in miniature' now restored to their victorian heyday.
  • Temple Newsam, Leeds. A truly impressive country house set within 1500 acres of beautiful parkland.
  • Beningbrough Hall, near York is an imposing Georgian mansion containing one of the most fascinating Baroque interiors in the country. Take the time to explore the parkland and gardens too.
  • The world famous herbaceous borders at Newby Hall & Gardens, near Ripon, North YorkshireKiplin Hall was the country seat of George Calvert, founder of Maryland, U.S.A., who built this handsome Jacobean Hall in a pretty vale between Richmond and Northallerton.
  • Burton Constable Hall, near Hull offers beautiful lakeside walks to contrast the 18th and 19th century interiors. Discover the gallery, great hall and dining room before venturing to the museum.
  • Newby Hall and Gardens, Ripon has one of Britain's finest Adam interiors with Chippendale furniture, Gobelin tapestries and a contemporary sculpture park. Take time to explore the 25 acres of land as well as the herbaceous borders which are some of the largest in Europe.
  • Sewerby Hall and Gardens is situated in a dramatic cliff-top position with spectacular views over Bridlington and set in 50 acres of early 19th Century parkland. It offers something for everyone from the magnificent award-winning gardens to the deep rooted heritage of the grand hall.

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