Newby Hall and Gardens

Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, with some of Britain's finest Robert Adam interiors, Newby Hall is home to a wonderful collection of Chippendale furniture, Gobelins tapestries and classical statuary.

Its 25 acres of glorious award-winning gardens are full of rare and beautiful plants, including the National Collection of Cornus, or Dogwoods.

Permanent collections

Newby Hall's Statue Gallery is home to one of the finest private collections of Roman statuary in Britain, consisting mainly of pieces from the first and second centuries. The Gobelins tapestries in the Tapestry Room are the only complete surviving set remaining in the setting for which it was made. Other highlights of the permanent collection include tables and chairs by Thomas Chippendale and Annibale Carracci's painting St Margaret.

Visitor information

The Restaurant at Newby is run by The Yorkshire Party Company and offers a full range of delicious foods from sandwiches and soups to mouth-watering salads and a tempting array of hot meals, all cooked to order. Scones are baked fresh every afternoon in time for tea and a special brunch menu is available on Sundays, 11am " 2pm.

Venue details

Newby Hall and Gardens Ripon North Yorkshire HG4 5AE 01423322583

Entry details

£11.25 with with National Art Pass (standard entry £15)

25 Mar – 25 Sep
Mar, Apr, May, Jun and Sep including bank holidays
Tue – Sun, 11am – 5.30pm
Jul ​–  Aug
Mon –  Sun, 11am ​–  5.30pm

Entry to house by guided tour only, please visit the Newby Hall website for details.