Sutton Park is a fine example of early Georgian architecture overlooking beautiful parkland.
It is filled with a rich collection of 18th-century treasures all put together with great style to make a most grand but inviting lived in stately home.
Frequent winner in Yorkshire in Bloom - Silver Gilt Award 2017 - the gardens attract visitors from both home and abroad and have been featured in many prestigious publications. Herbaceous and rose borders are full of rare and interesting plants laid out with great care over the past 50 years.
In the grounds are a walled pond garden, Edwardian Fernery, Georgian Ice House, Woodland Walk and small Children's Adventure Playground. There are also tearooms to visit.
The House is open to the public from 1st June – 28th June inclusive, and the following additional dates:
- Bank Holiday Monday 6th May
- Bank Holiday Monday 26th August
- Heritage Days in September to be confirmed
- Coach parties to book please. Please note that the house is open for guided tours only. These start at 1.30pm & 2.45pm.
Gardens open: 1st May – 31st August inclusive. 11am – 5pm, last admission 4pm.
8 miles north of York on B1363.
Reliance Bus No. 40 from York Exhibition Square.
Car park on site
Historic Houses members visit for free on normal open days.
House & Garden:
- Accessible toilets
- Guide dogs welcome
A word from the owner
When Mrs Sheffield bought the House in 1960 she designed the garden herself. We hope you enjoy your visit.
Sutton Park has a civil licence for weddings and civil partnerships.