Mill, Hall & Deer Park

The mill is open daily from 10am

The mill is open daily from 10am

Fountains Mill

Fountains Mill is one of the oldest buildings on the estate and was in continuous use until 1927. Today you'll find an interactive exhibition and see objects discovered found when we restored the mill in 2001, including some very old graffiti.

Have a go at grinding some corn and see the water wheel in action as you explore.

Deer park

Studley Royal deer park is a much-loved part of the estate; home to over 500 wild Red, Fallow and Sika deer.

St Mary's Church

The religious fervour of the Victorians is displayed in the richly decorated high gothic church designed by William Burges.

Porter's Lodge

Discover more about the history of the Abbey in the Porter’s Lodge Interpretation Centre.

The Hall was partly built with stones from the ruined abbey

The Hall was partly built with stones from the ruined abbey

Fountains Hall

In 1597 Stephen Proctor bought the Fountains Abbey estate and began the construction of Fountains Hall soon after. Since then several families have called the Hall their home including five generations of the Messengers.

The Vyner family were the last to reside in the Hall before it was sold to the West Riding County Council. 

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