Newby Hall & Gardens

Historic Site/Structure, Garden/Environmental Attraction

Description

Newby Hall, the family home of Mr & Mrs Richard Compton, is one of England's finest houses, an exceptional example of 18th century interior decoration.

Built in the 1690s in the style of Sir Christopher Wren the house was later enlarged and adapted by John Carr and subsequently Robert Adam. The superb contents of the house, collected by Weddell, ancestor of the Compton family, on the Grand Tour include a rare set of Gobelin Tapestries, a gallery of classical statuary and some of Chippendale's finest furniture.

Visitors to Newby Hall can enjoy the 25 acres of award winning gardens full of rare and beautiful plants.

The famous double herbaceous borders are flanked by numerous compartmented gardens such as the rose and autumn gardens and the water garden.

Newby Hall holds the National Collection of cornus.

Addto this a wonderful children’s adventure garden with amoated fort and water play features; a miniature railway to ride, a woodland discovery walk and a contemporary sculpture park and you have a perfect day out for all ages.

Opening times and Information

Hall & Gardens will open on 1st April for the 2022 season.

The Hall will be fully open for 1 hour guided tours from 1st April 2022, these tours are a max of 20 per session, please book online.

Open Tuesday - Sunday Closed on Mondays from 1st April 2022.

Gardens Open 11.00am-5.30pm on non event days.

House Access - please check timings via the pre-book ticket link.

Explore Nearby: Ripon

Prices

Type Price
Adults/Seniors £16 (£18 on the door)
Child £14 (£15 on the door)
Family 2+2 From £52.00
House Tour Upgrade Adult: £7 Child: £6
Season Tickets (unlimited Gardens Entry) Adult: £45.00 / Child: £25
Under 2s Free

Opening Hours

Sun 11:00 17:30
Mon CLOSED
Tue 11:00 17:30
Wed 11:00 17:30
Thu 11:00 17:30
Fri 11:00 17:30
Sat 11:00 17:30

Awards

  • WRA11

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