Scampston Hall & Walled Garden

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Set within the walls of the eighteenth-century kitchen garden of Scampston Hall, Scampston Walled Garden is a stunningly beautiful contemporary garden, quite unlike any other. Designed by the renowned Dutch plantsman, Piet Oudolf, the garden is alive with clever contrasts and colour throughout the seasons. Striking naturalistic planting with dramatic grasses and unusual shrubs can be discovered inside numerous garden rooms.

The parkland at Scampston, designed by ‘Capability’ Brown, provides beautiful walks and glorious views out to the rising Wolds. Scampston Hall, with its opulent regency interiors, houses an impressive collection of art and antiques. The Hall opens for tours in the early summer. Private tours, outside of the Hall open season, can also be arranged for groups of 15 or more. The Garden Café provides seasonal and locally-sourced food, using ingredients from the garden. Enjoy a light lunch or a delicious cream tea.

Fact File

Opening Times: Gardens: 5th April - 27th October 2019, Tuesday - Sunday & BH Mondays, 10am - 5pm
Hall: 26th May - 5th August 2019, Tuesday - Friday, Sundays & BH Mondays, Afternoon Guided Tours
Group Rates: Minimum Group Size: 15. Please see our website for further information
Facilities: Walled Garden with restored Conservatory, ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland, Regency style Hall, Garden Café, Plant Sales Area and Gift Shop
Special Events: Scampston Spring Plant Fair, 2nd June & Scampston Autumn Plant Fair, 29th September
Course and lectures: More information on our website
Guided Tours: The Hall is available to view by guided tour only. Head Gardener tours can be arranged for groups by prior arrangement, subject to availability
Disabled Access: Yes - please see our website for our full accessibility information
Toilets: Yes.
Coach/Car Parking: Yes.
Booking Contact: Charlotte Kirton, Scampston Hall Estate Office, Malton, North Yorkshire YO17 8NG
Tel No: 01944 759111
Location: Scampston is easy to find, lying just North of the A64 York-Scarborough Road, five miles east of Malton (YO17 8NG)

Gardens to Visit 2019