Bolton Abbey, Skipton, North Yorkshire

Escape for a day at Bolton Abbey.

Bolton Abbey, Skipton, North Yorkshire

Bolton Abbey situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.

It is the perfect place to enjoy a riverside or woodland walk or to simply relax with a picnic. Entering the “hole in the wall” into the grounds, you soon realise you are entering a special place.

With 30,000 acres of beautiful countryside, Bolton Abbey has over 80 miles of footpaths to
explore. We offer family events, river fishing, retail therapy in the estaterun gift shops and a good choice of cafes for refreshments.

There is a host of activities awaiting you at Bolton Abbey.


Features & Accessibility

  • Winter Opening
  • Tearoom
  • Gift Shop
  • Group Visits
  • Dogs welcome on Leads
  • Facilities for wheelchair users & those with limited mobility

Things to do

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Bolton Abbey, Estate Office, Bolton Abbey, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 6EX

01756 718009

Opening times

Open every day from 9am.

All visits must be pre-booked online. 


Just off the A59 on the B6160 BETWEEN Harrogate and Skipton. For satellite navigation our postcode is BD23 6EX.

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