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Great days out at Yorkshire’s Houses, Castles & Gardens
Bringing you a whole host of ideas for great days out for all the family with our fantastic selection of formidable castles, splendid stately homes, ancient abbeys and glorious gardens. With an unrivalled collection of Yorkshire’s finest attractions ready to welcome you, the only problem you’ll have is deciding which one to visit first!
Family Pass 2017 – Sold Out!
Registrations for 2018 Family Passes will go live from 1st October 2017. You are encouraged to take advantage of the wonderful membership schemes available through the National Trust, English Heritage and other private member attractions, all which represent excellent value for money and unlimited great days out. See individual attraction websites for further details.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
York Gate Garden
The Forbidden Corner
Scampston Hall & Walled Garden
RHS Garden Harlow Carr
Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden
Burnby Hall Gardens and Museum
The Bowes Museum
Sewerby Hall and Gardens
Parcevall Hall Gardens
Newby Hall & Gardens
Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens
Built in the 18th century, numerous occupants have changed the face of this Italian-style house and it has an intriguing story to tell. View more
Brodsworth Hall & Gardens
Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens
The Yorkshire Arboretum
Burton Constable Hall
Constable Burton Hall & Gardens
East Riddlesden Hall
Goddards House and Garden
Breezy Knees Gardens
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Soldiers from a North Yorkshire regiment will welcome visitors to RHS Garden Harlow Carr’s flower show from 23–25 June 2017.read more
On Sunday 23rd July, Burton Agnes Hall will host a Superhero and Princess Party, for visitors of all ages to enjoy.read more
Fairfax House has launched an appeal to save 17th century sculpture by ‘The Michelangelo of Wood’, Grinling Gibbons.read more