Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens, York, North Yorkshire
Built in the 18th century, numerous occupants have changed the face of this Italian-style house and it has an intriguing story to tell.
Built in the 18th century, numerous occupants have changed the face of this Italian-style house.
From a wealthy teenager who built this mansion, its occupation by the RAF in WWII, to the re-invention as a country house gallery. New for winter 2019/20 Winter Wildlife in Print by Gerard Hobson. Discover fourteen scenes around the garden and outdoor buildings inspired by the animals that call Beningbrough home, and an indoor selling linoprint exhibition upstairs in the Hayloft.
In the gardens, mixed borders contrast with sweeping lawns and a working walled garden. Wander through the 300,000 bulbs as they appear each season along the ha-ha walk. Take a seat under the pergola – installed last spring as part of the long term vision for the garden by garden designer Andy Sturgeon.
Features & Accessibility
- Accredited Museum
- Winter Opening
- Plant Sales
- Children’s Playground
- Gift Shop
- Dogs welcome on leads
(in selected parts of the gardens)
- Group Visits
- Facilities for wheelchair users & those with limited mobility
Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens, Beningbrough, York, YO30 1DD
Open winter weekend 11am – 3.30pm until 1 March 2020 plus 26 – 29 December and New Year’s Day. Also open Tuesday 18 – Friday 21 February 2020 for half term.
Please note the Hall and Galleries will be closed from 4 November 2019 to 2 March 2020 for essential and extensive conservation work. The gardens, restaurant, shop and parkland are open as usual for visitors with a wide range of activities to enjoy. The Hall and Galleries will re-open on 3 March 2020.
Located between York and Harrogate. Signposted off the A19 and A59 (over toll bridge).
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