Things to see & do
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Don't forget to...
- See what's in season in the working walled garden
- Discover the wilderness play area
- Enjoy delicious seasonal food in the restaurant
- Visit the Victorian laundry and potting shed
- Uncover the stories of the collection
- Take a bit of Beningbrough home with a gift or souvenir
- Take a walk through the parkland
- Follow us on Twitter or Facebook
- Leave a review on tripadvisor or complete the visitor survey
In partnership with the National Portrait Gallery, there are over 100 18th-century portraits on display in the baroque rooms. The free audio tour is a great way to find out more about the art and history of the spaces as you wander.
Explore the themes of the portraits further in the hands-on interactive galleries upstairs, perfect for all the family.
Arriving by bike?
Ask at reception on open days for a voucher for a free cup of tea with another purchase and entry if you just want to stretch your legs. For longer visits normal admission charges apply.
A short ride around the estate
Follow the estate roads and nearby country roads to circumnavigate the northern parkland and village of Newton-on-Ouse for a gentle short bike ride using the car park as a base.
Part of the national network
Beningbrough is on the Sustrans cycling network and the Way of the Roses route. Take the advantage of the beautiful gardens to stretch your legs and top up your bottles.
Join a free Skyride
Sunday 9 August, 10am meeting at Goddards on Tadcaster Road.
Enjoy a 24 mile return ride from the former home of the Terry family out to Beningbrough Hall for a rest and stretch before returning.