Coronavirus update: The house, gardens, parks, toilets, cafes and shop are now closed to further restrict the spread of coronavirus.
Set in the Vale of York, within easy reach of Harrogate and Leeds, Beningbrough Hall, Gallery Gardens offers sprawling lawns, herbaceous borders, woodland paths and a working kitchen garden. New for 2020 uncover new country house stories on the ground floor of the hall, a new changing programme of adult workshops on the top floor and explore how art can improve wellbeing in the Saloon Galleries with the new exhibition - In the moment: the art of wellbeing.
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 winter Andy Sturgeon. In 2020 a new Mediterranean Garden is under development. 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 or jump on a trike or bike to help little legs navigate the gardens. Complete a visit with a meal in the Walled Garden Restaurant or head to the new dog friendly Brew House for a lighter snack.
Open 3 March – 1 November, Tuesday to Sunday plus bank holidays and Mondays in June – August.
For comprehensive accessibility information on this venue from AccessAble please click here.
|National Trust Members||Free|
|3 March – 1 November||Adult £14.90, Child £7.45 Family £37.25|
|Winter||Adult £8.00, Child £4, Family £20|