This garden, galleries, restaurant, shop, play area and toilets are open. The rest of the hall remains closed.
The National Trust estate is set in the Vale of York, within easy reach of Harrogate and Leeds, and offers sprawling lawns, herbaceous borders, woodland paths and a working kitchen garden. Extended until 31 October 2021, explore how art can improve wellbeing in the Saloon Galleries with the exhibition - In the moment: the art of wellbeing. Created in partnership with the Arts Council Collection, experience how the different mediums of art can aid mental wellbeing through 14 thought-provoking artworks by artists such as L.S. Lowry, Tracey Emin, Marc Chagall and Henry Moore.
Beningbrough's series of interlocking gardens each offer their own distinct seasonal interest – from wildlife havens to tranquil spots underneath the pergola, the opulence of a walled garden and colourful herbaceous borders buzzing with life - inspirational all year round. The garden is seeing something of a renaissance with designs by RHS Gold Award winner Andy Sturgeon taking shape. Step out on a longer walk through park and woodlands and beside the river with stunning views of the hall.
For families, children can let off steam in the wilderness play area and den zone and tick off their ’50 things to do before you’re 11 3/4’ playlist. Complete a visit with a meal in the Walled Garden Restaurant or pick up a lighter snack or takeaway.
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|National Trust members||Free|
|Family (2 adults)||£32.50|
|Family (1 adult)||£19.50|