Newby Hall, North Yorkshire

Newby Hall (Photgraph taken by S J Butler Photography @S_J_Butler )
Photograph care of S J Butler Photograhy @S_J_Butler


Newby Hall lies on the River Ure near Boroughbridge in The beautiful county of North Yorkshire. The hall dates back to eighteenth century. Built in 1690 in the style of Sir Christopher Wren and was the home of the Compton family in its early days. The hall has 25 acres of gardens and is the home to many rare and beautiful plants and is a delight to visit


25 Acres of Gardens (Photograph by S J Butler Photography @S_J_Butler )

The season opening times are from 1st April – 1st October. Please see the Newby Hall website for exceptions.

Some of the activities for 2017 include

Easter family fun days

Sports Cars in the Park

Spring Garden Fair

Tractor Fest

Historical Vehicle Rally

Fireworks Championship

Aldborough & Boroughbridge Show


Disabled Visitors

There is allocated spaces in the car park for disabled visitors, adjacent to the Entrance Pavillion on a natural hard-core surface. Three motorised scooters and two manual wheelchairs are available for loan at the Entrance Pavillion – Please call to reserve in advance. These are particularly useful in the gardens, where pathways are of pea shingle

(disabled information taken from website)



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