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Admission includes access to Newby’s award-winning gardens.

Nestling on the side of the River Ure, Newby Hall is one of the finest stately homes designed by the famous 18th Century architect Robert Adam.

Its herbaceous borders are among the longest in Europe and were created by the late Major Edward Compton as the centrepiece for some 25 acres of award-winning gardens, designed and planted as ‘rooms’ to provide year-round interest. The borders have recently been completely replanted in beautiful pastel shades and will be in their full glory for the flower show!

Among Newby’s 15 different ‘rooms’ are a rose garden, water garden, tropical garden, white garden, rock garden, woodland garden and, of course, an autumn garden where hydrangea, salvia, sedum, echinacea, verbena and some 800 dahlias provide one last hurrah until the first frosts of October.

Your family will also have access to Newby's fantastic adventure play garden, complete with swings, boats, aerial slide and *miniature railway.



 *Additional charges apply to miniature railway rides.