Kiplin Hall, Richmond, North Yorkshire
A delightful way to while away an afternoon.
‘An amazing place to visit – house & gardens. Had a lovely lunch. I’ll certainly recommend it.’
Award-winning Kiplin Hall was the country seat of George Calvert, Secretary of State to King James I, 1st Lord Baltimore and founder of Maryland. The Hall is now furnished as a comfortable Victorian home, with a fascinating mix of centuries of items left by its owners. The delightful Walled Garden grows produce for the Tea Room. Enjoy woodland and lakeside walks, the Garden Museum, children’s Play Ship and natural play area, garden games and pond-dipping. New for 2018: Herb Labyrinth in the Walled Garden, planting scheme around Christopher Crowe’s ancient oak. Special exhibition – ‘2018 – Birth, Death and Inheritance: A Year of Kiplin Anniversaries’.
Features & Accessibility
- Visit England VAQAS
- Accredited Museum
- Member of the Historic Houses Association
- Winter Opening
- Plant Sales
- Children’s Playground
- Gift Shop
- Group Visits
- Dogs welcome on leads (grounds only)
- Facilities for wheelchair users & those with limited mobility
Kiplin Hall, Nr. Scorton, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 6AT
Gardens & Tea Room: 3 Feb – 31 Oct, Sat – Wed, 10am–5pm (4pm Feb & March).
Hall: 31 March – 31 Oct, Good Friday, then Sat – Wed, 11am–5pm.
Between Richmond and Northallerton on the B6271, about 5 miles east of the A1(M) and 2 miles from Scorton (exit Junction 52 for Catterick).
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