Bring your group to Beningbrough
Inspired by the romance of Italy but proudly Yorkshire through and through - there’s a beautiful garden waiting to be explored.
When to visit
Group bookings are available 10am – 5pm, on open days Monday – Friday (except bank holidays), from March – October.
Please note, due to ongoing conservation work we are currently unable to confirm opening details for the hall and gallery and it may be closed. This information, along with the group price, should be available in spring 2022.
With over eight acres of formal garden to explore - whatever the season green fingered enthusiasts will love the huge variety of gardens on offer.
Meander the blooms of the herbaceous borders and formal gardens flanking the hall and sweeping south lawn. In contrast, take the route less travelled where wildlife thrives as nature is left to do her thing before spilling out into the wider parkland beyond. The gardens are slowly undergoing a renaissance with designs by RHS Gold award winner Andy Sturgeon.
The specialists in the group won’t be disappointed either with a selection of rare and unusual trees as well as a two acre walled kitchen garden, cultivated using traditional methods. Uncover more...
Having fully explored, your group will probably be ready for some refreshments. Sit back and relax over a cup of tea or if you’ve worked up a bit more of an appetite enjoy the delicious range of seasonal and locally sourced homemade food from the restaurant.
Complete your trip to Beningbrough with a visit to the stables shop, filled with locally inspired gifts and treats. As with the restaurant, any profit made supports the work of the charity helping us to look after places like Beningbrough for future generations - thank you.
Please note, exactly what will be open or closed is subject to change and can only be confirmed closer to your visit.
- Discounts available for pre-booked groups of 15 or more.
- Meet and greet available on request, following a covid safe procedure.
- Free coach parking on site, 20 yards from the entrance (limited space – booking essential).
- Approach from A19 only to avoid Aldwark toll bridge as there is a weight limit. Follow the coach signs on arrival to avoid the entrance at Newton-on-Ouse with a low arch.
- Free admission for coach driver.
- Three electric scooters and two wheelchairs are available for hire free of charge (booking essential).
To find out more or to request a booking form directly please contact us on 01904 472027 or email, otherwise use the link below.