East Riddlesden Hall

A view of East Riddlesden Hall across the millpond, surrounded by green trees

Historic house and intimate gardens, a hidden oasis on the edge of a West Yorkshire town

East Riddlesden Hall

What's on

Upcoming events

Come Out And Play: Summer Holiday Fun at East Riddlesden Hall

Sat 23 Jul 2022
10:00-16:00
Come out and play during the summer holidays and enjoy a range of outdoor activities at East Riddlesden Hall.

Summer crafts

Sat 23 Jul 2022
10:00-16:00
Join in with free craft activities during the summer holidays, with something different to enjoy each week.

Come Out And Play: Free Entry Day

Mon 25 Jul 2022
10:00-16:00
Kickstart the summer holidays and visit East Riddlesden Hall for free on Monday 25 July.

Every Bunny is a Yoga Bunny: Family Yoga Sessions

Tue 26 Jul 2022
11:00-12:00
Every bunny is a yoga bunny in our free family-friendly yoga session.

Outdoor theatre: As You Like It

Wed 17 Aug 2022
19:00-21:00
The Lord Chamberlain’s Men - with a history stretching back to William Shakespeare himself - invite you to join them this summer for the sparkling comedy, As You Like It, performed outdoors against the backdrop of East Riddlesden Hall.
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Things to see and do

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Eating and shopping

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Weddings

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Get involved

A volunteer clearing leaves from the gardens at East Riddlesden Hall

Volunteering at East Riddlesden Hall 

Our volunteers are a vital part of the team. From welcoming visitors and sharing the stories of the house to caring for our gardens, we couldn’t do what we do without them. Find out how you can get involved and start your volunteering journey with the National Trust here.

East Riddlesden Hall

History

Discover the stories that make this such a special place.

The house 

Discover more about the changes that have been made to the house over the years and learn more about some of the families that once lived here.

The two donors of East Riddlesden Hall

Local heroes 

Discover how, through the generosity of two local brothers, thousands of years worth of history has been saved for us to enjoy today.