Nunnington Hall

The south front of Nunnington Hall, North Yorkshire

Important notice -

If you'd like to browse the shop, we're open 12pm - 3pm each day.

Picturesque Yorkshire manor house with organic garden and exciting exhibitions

Nunnington Hall

Things to see and do

Nunnington Hall

What's on

Upcoming events

Conservation in action

Tue 16 Feb 2016
11:00-16:00
Have you ever wondered how we keep Nunnington Hall looking so good? Come along to enjoy informative talks, tours and hands on activities for all ages. Wander through the house and discover many of the conservation efforts we take to keep the...

Aspects of Rievaulx art exhibition

Tue 16 Feb 2016
11:00-17:00
This intriguing and innovative exhibition reveals the many facets of Rievaulx Terrace, and the ruined Abbey below. Showcasing the work of local artists; Peter Hicks, Anne Thornhill, Sue Morton and Paul Blackwell.

Service recruitment weekend

Sat 20 Feb 2016
11:00-16:00
Step back in time this February half term at Nunnington Hall and discover a life in service. It's 1922 and the renovations at Nunnington Hall are nearly complete. The time has come for the Fife family to move in, and they are looking for hard...

Conservator's catch up

Wed 24 Feb 2016
12:30-13:00
Meet the Nunnington Hall conservation team for a 30 minute catch up, and find out how we care for the house and its collection. Each month there'll be a new topic to discuss, demonstrations to enjoy and plenty of opportunities to get some...

Clock winding

Wed 24 Feb 2016
14:00-14:30
Join the conservation team for their weekly clock winding tour. Find out how we keep each clock ticking and why it's so important that we wind them at a specific time.

Aspects of Rievaulx exhibition; meet the artists

Sat 27 Feb 2016
11:00-13:00
Come and meet the talented artists of our current exhibition, 'Aspects of Rievaulx'. Find out exactly what it is about the historic site of Rievaulx that inspires them to create so many stunning works of art.
Nunnington Hall

Eating and shopping

Nunnington Hall

Our work

The challenge of conservation