Sutton Park

Historic Site/Structure


Sutton Park was built in the 18th century by Thomas Atkinson for Philip Harland and is now the family home of Sir Reginald, the 8th Baronet Sheffield and his wife, Lady Sheffield.

When the Sheffields bought the house in 1963, they brought with them much of their art collection from Normanby Park in Lincolnshire. Large parts of this collection were originally from Buckingham House, now known world-wide as the Queen’s official residence – Buckingham Palace.

The Grade I listed building is a fine example of early Georgian architecture, with magnificent Rococo plasterwork by Cortese. It houses an important collection of porcelain as well as many other treasures, all put together with great style. Most recently, Robert Sheffield has introduced a number of striking modern art acquisitions to the house.

Far from being simply a gallery for these wonderful collections, Sutton Park is also home to the Sheffield family.

The Gardens at Sutton Park were awarded Gold in the 2019 Yorkshire in Bloom awards.

Gardens opening times (2019)

1 May – 31 August inclusive 11am – 5pm. Last admission 4pm.

House opening times (2019)

Bank Holiday Monday 6 May

1-28 June inclusive

Bank Holiday Monday 26 August

Heritage Days: 18 and 19 September

Guided tours at 1:30pm and 2:45pm. Pre-booking is strongly advised.

Private Parties

Open all year round by appointment. Minimum 15 persons. £8.50 per person


Electric buggy available for use in the gardens, pre-booking advisable. Disabled toilet in the grounds, limited access in the House


Type Price
Child House & Garden £5.00
Concession Gardens only £4.00
Adult Gardens only £4.50
Child From £1.50 to £4.00
Concession From £3.00 to £5.50
Child Gardens only £2.00
Adult House & Garden £7.50
Caravans Single Vans From £9.50 to £11.50
House & Garden £7.50
Caravan Park House & Garden £5.00
Caravans Rallies From £7.50 to £9.50
Concession House & Garden £6.50

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