Opening times and Information
The gardens, playground, railway, restaurant, Dollshouses Exhibition Bear House and and river cruises are all open for the 2021 season.
Pre booking is essential and we will be releasing tickets a few weeks at a time.
The Hall is now open with a smaller tour of the downstairs Georgian Rooms, but the dancing water jets (Tarantella) may remain closed Please keep checking back for more information as things may change quickly.
Open Wednesday to Sunday.
Gardens Open 11.00am-5.30pm House Open 12.00-3.00pm.
Buy your Season ticket now for unlimited visits to Newby Hall Gardens in 2021!
Season Tickets are valid for one calendar year.
There are several disabled spaces allocated in the main visitor car park, adjacent to the Ticket Office and Blue Badge holders will be directed to this area. The car park surface is 10mm gravel and is generally suitable for pushchairs, rollators and wheelchairs. Pre booked Newby wheelchairs and scooters can be brought to your car on request. To book one, please call 01423 322583 opt 1 and leave a message with the intended date of your visit, we will call you back to confirm availability.
Most of the paths within the gardens are shallow pea gravel, though Breedon (compacted) gravel has now been laid from the Ticket Office to the Railway Shop. Both surfaces are easily negotiated by pushchairs, wheelchairs, rollators and walking sticks. A wheelchair map, available in the Ticket Office highlights the steps in the gardens and indicates alternative routes. This map is also loaned with each Newby wheelchair/scooter. There are a large number of benches throughout most areas of the gardens.
Paths in the Woodland Walk are rough gravel or grassy woodland tracks. While they are generally flat and broad, they may become littered with sticks or muddy from time to time. An accessible route is marked, which avoids a steep and uneven flight of steps.
There are disabled facilities in the Car park toilets and the Grantham Room
We are a happy to admit a free child to the gardens with a Max Card. One card per party only please.
At Newby Hall we want all our visitors to enjoy their time with us. For the safety of all our visitors we do not allow dogs into the Gardens or Woodland.
There is a small designated dog exercise area (highlighted in pink) next to the picnic area, however we strongly advise that you do not bring your pet on hot days. We cannot guarantee parking in shaded areas.
On event days dogs on leads are permitted in the following areas (highlighted in pink).
Allow plenty of time for your visit – at least half a day but a whole day if you can!
The splendour of Adam’s 18th Century work in the House and the many facets of the Gardens will absorb your interest for hours. If you can extend your stay in the area, you could include a visit to Ripon’s historic Cathedral, museums or nearby Fountains Abbey.
Coach Parking is free and adjacent to the Entrance Pavilion. Drivers enjoy free entry and a complimentary meal voucher.
The Licensed Garden Restaurant & Grantham Room are located in the Gardens; the Restaurant offers morning coffee, lunches and afternoon teas on a self-serve basis and for groups who have pre booked from the Group Booking Menu, reserved seating and waitress service is available in the adjacent Grantham Room.
Good facilities and accessibility. Both motorised & manual wheelchairs available on FREE loan. You are advised to book them in advance.
Groups of 15 or more can benefit from discounted entry plus free entry for group leaders, couriers and coach drivers.
House & Garden
Adult £19, Child & Disabled £16.50
Adult £14, Child & Disabled £11.50
On the day of your visit you can upgrade Gardens Only tickets to visit the House.
Please note that we no longer accept Historic House cards for group visits.
These exclusive tours offer a unique opportunity to explore the House before it is open to the public, in the company of our knowledgeable guides, and include coffee on arrival, served in the splendid Adam Entrance Hall and a complimentary souvenir guide book. Similar VIP tours of the Gardens are available a gain with refreshments and a specialist guide.
We can also arrange bespoke packages to suit your schedule, interests and budget – please let us know what you would like!
For more information on group visits or to make a booking please contact Kate on 01423 320406.
Newby presents endless opportunities for an inspirational educational visit. The ancient sculptures in the Statue Gallery and the interactive Zimbabwean Sculpture Workshops (from June) give wonderful scope for discovering the arts.
The woodland walk and gardens provide a wealth of material, while the house itself is a very special environment in which to explore form, colour, design and mathematical proportion as well as architecture and social history. During June, July and August, Matombo Zimbabwean Sculpture workshops are available free of charge for all ages – please ask.
Newby’s wonderful adventure playground is a fantastic place to let off steam with an amazing variety of experiences including the miniature railway. There is a large picnic area close to the coach park for lunch and if it is wet, we will do our best to provide undercover space.
We offer good facilities and accessibility for disabled visitors, with both motorised & manual wheelchairs available on FREE loan. You are advised to book them in advance.
Standard School Package
Groups of 15 or more can benefit from discounted entry and we will admit one adult free with every 10 children.
School Visit* (Gardens Only)
Adult £14 Child £5
School Visit* (House & Gardens)
Adult £19 Child £8.50
£2.70 per person (under 2s FREE). £50 for a group of 20
*not available to buy online
If you would like to make a pre-visit to see what Newby has to offer your children, we will be happy to arrange a complimentary ticket for you and your family. To make a group booking for your school/class please contact the Estate Office on 01423 320406.
For bookings and information, please call the Estate Office on 01423 320406.