Visitors looking towards the Column to Liberty at Gibside, Tyne & Wear

Stunning 18th-century landscape garden and haven for nature


Things to see and do

Head to the Walled Garden

For the kids

For the explorers

and there's more...

A family sitting by a tree watching open air theatre

Summer events in the North East 

Let's make the most of summer and enjoy relaxing in the outdoors while watching classic tales performed during open air theatre as well as outdoor cinema. Let us entertain you...

Upcoming events

EXHIBITION: Landscape and Gardens of Gibside

Tue 26 Jul 2016
In collaboration with the Embroiderers' Guild and embroiderers far and wide, Gibside is celebrating the 300th anniversary of the birth of Capability Brown in a unique exhibition within the Walled Garden and Chapel.

Prambling Buggy Fitness

Tue 26 Jul 2016
Prambling is ideal for parents and toddlers who want to become more physically active, meet new people and enjoy the great outdoors.

Tots plots

Tue 26 Jul 2016
Let's nurture those little green fingers and get them into the garden.

Summer Holiday Family Fun

Tue 26 Jul 2016
Free family activities and outdoor adventures every day of the school holidays.

Walled Garden Wednesday

Wed 27 Jul 2016
Meet a member of the gardening team in the Walled Garden for seasonal horticultural tips offering practical advice and a hands-on session.

Gibside Pub & Beer Garden

Fri 29 Jul 2016
Every Friday and Saturday evening, relax at Gibside with family and friends, enjoying your favourite tipple and snacks.

Eating and shopping

Relax and enjoy

A pizza being put into a pizza oven

Gibside Pub 

Gibside Pub is quirky, unusual and special because it's within a grand Georgian estate, not to mention a relaxed and fun place to hang out. It's open during opening hours and late on Fridays and Saturdays but there's so much more to it than that, want to know why?...


Our work

History conserved

South East front of Gibside Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne

Discover Gibside's past 

Discover the rise and fall of Gibside's families, including Mary Eleanor Bowes, one of the 18th century's richest heiresses, whose torturous marriage to the rotten "Stoney" Bowes was a cause celebre of the Georgian era.



Learning in style


Venue hire

The Stables at Gibside, Tyne & Wear

Hire Gibside as a venue 

From birthday parties in West Wood to holidays in the Mongolian West Wood Yurts. If it's a more corporate affair that you're looking for - we can offer that too! The Bowes Room and two other meeting rooms on-site, what do you need and when?


Get involved

Six Great Crested Newts

Volunteer at Gibside 

The great thing about this special place, is that no day is the same. There's always something going on and we always need help to oil the wheels. From conservation in the Chapel to help in the cafe, wildlife surveys to gardening in the Walled Garden. Let us know what you're looking for.


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