Things to see & do

Marvel at the architecture of Seaton Delaval Hall

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Take CentreStage

Every Sunday in the Saloon between 2 - 4pm there's a performance. It could be by a choir, musicians, an orchestra or dancers, it really does vary. But everyone is always welcome, and encouraged to join in just as the Delavals would have.

Hear a Table Top Talk

Every day at 12pm until the end of September there will be a 15 minute talk from one of our lovely gardeners. This could be a story about the garden - both past and present, poetry, a demonstration or something completely different, simply ask a member of staff.

Don't miss...

  • Games Day in May
  • Joining a tour to learn more about this wonderful place
  • Watching the historic daffodils come to life
  • Exploring the grounds - there are lots of things to discover
  • Checking out the Seaton Delaval Hall souvenirs in the shop
  • Indulging in a cup of tea outdoors by the Old Stables
  • Enjoying a relaxing stroll around our gardens
Robson gets hands on giving the stonemason a hand at Seaton Delaval hall © Maureen Ritson

Robson gets hands on giving the stonemason a hand at Seaton Delaval hall

Meet the Stonemason

Brendan the stonemason has a special place in our hearts. His company Team Force Restoration, have been on a journey with us by restoring essential parts of Seaton Delaval Hall.

Brendan even met Robson for 'More Tales from Northumberland'! And now you can meet Brendan too, for carving on Father's Day (21 June).

Plan for Games Day

On Monday 25 May we're hosting Games Day. There'll be croquet, archery, crafts, sack races and so much more an ideal day out for all - it's going to be a whole lot of fun so we hope you can make it.

Join a guided walk

Join a guide for a four mile walk around the Estate. You can learn all about the Delavals and how they made their fortune from salt, coal and glass. There's the opportunity to admire the views of the landscape and the Hall.

Cosy up in the cafe

The cafe is a little basic but you can still enjoy a fresh brew, soup, cakes, scones, sandwiches or soft drinks. Then work it off in the special Woodland Play Area...

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