The Original Garden Visitor's Guide

Newby Hall and Gardens

Newby Hall’s award winning gardens, created in the early 1920s, have evolved over the years making a major contribution to 20th century gardening.

They provide a haven for both specialist and amateur gardeners alike. Designed astride one of Europe’s longest double herbaceous borders which slopes gently down from the house to the River Ure, are numerous compartmented gardens – ‘rooms’ off a long corridor.

Visit Newby in the Spring, Summer or Autumn and discover the secrets of Sylvia’s Garden, the Rose Garden, Autumn Garden or the Water Garden and even a Tropical Garden.

Newby also holds the national collection of CORNUS (dogwoods). It is quite simply an experience that no garden-lover should miss.

Included with Gardens admission: Dollshouse and Teddy Bear Exhibitions

Fact File

Opening Times: March 30th to September 30th 2018. Tue-Sun and Bank Holidays. 7 days a week in July & August.
Gardens open 11am-5.30pm. House open for guided tours only – please see website for timings.
Admission Rates: Visit Website for details.
Group Rates: Minimum Group Size 15. Visit Website for details.
Facilities: Large adventure playground, Miniature railway, licensed restaurant, shop, plant shop.
Tours: Booking Required in advance for groups, on arrival for individuals.
Events: Spring Plant Fair Sunday 10th May, see website for future events.
Disabled Access: Yes. Wheelchair Loan - booking recommended.
Toilets on Site: Yes.
Car/Coach Parking: Yes.
Length of Visit: 3 hours for House and Gardens.
Booking Contact: Kate Bankier, Estate Office, Newby Hall, Ripon. HG4 5AE
Telephone: 01423 322583 opt 3
Email: info@newbyhall.com
Website: www.newbyhall.com
Location: A few mins from A1between Boroughbridge and Ripon, North Yorkshire.
Sat Nav: postcode HG4 5AJ

Updated 14/12/2017

Newby Hall