Newby Hall & Gardens
Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 5AE
A perfect example of the Georgian 'Age of Elegance' with the atmosphere and ambience of a family home.
- Free for members
- Cafe / restaurant
- Free parking
- Parkland / open spaces
- Getting Here
- Opening Times
- Group Visits
- Educational Visits
Newby Hall Gardens near Ripon is the perfect place to meet up with family and friends as there really is something for everyone.
Newby Hall is one of England’s renowned Adam houses. In the 1760s William Weddell, an ancestor of the current owners, acquired a magnificent collection of ancient Roman sculpture and Gobelins tapestries. He commissioned Robert Adam to alter the original Wren-designed house, and Thomas Chippendale to make furniture. The result is a perfect example of the Georgian ‘Age of Elegance’ with the atmosphere and ambience of a family home.
25 acres of stunning award-winning gardens contain rare and beautiful shubs and plants, including the National Collection of the genus Cornus (dogwoods). Newby’s famous double herbaceous borders make the perfect walkway to the River Ure. Formal gardens such as the Autumn and Rose Garden, the tranquility of Sylvia’s Garden and a Tropical Garden make Newby an inspiring and exciting place to explore.
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Newby is also home to the exciting Adventure Gardens – with a sand pit, swings, dancing water fountains, miniature railway, pedalo boats, aerial zip wire and much, much more.
You’ll find the famous Teddy Bear Exhibition and wonderful Dollshouse Exhibition featuring over 65 exquisite houses which will thrill and delight everyone from 4 to 94.
Don’t leave without visiting our fantastic garden restaurant and amazing design led shop.
The Little Stranger: Prize Draw
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