About East Riddlesden Hall

Family enjoying a picnic on the grass

Hundreds of years ago this West Yorkshire manor was a family home. Today East Riddlesden Hall makes a great day out for the whole family.

This hidden gem was saved from demolition in 1934 by the Brigg brothers of Keighley. It now offers a friendly Yorkshire welcome to all who pass through its 400 year old doors.

The 17th century house and its history continue to surprise us as we unravel its stories. Come and see for yourself why it was worth saving - you might leave with more questions than answers.

The intimate gardens offer a relaxing space throughout the year. From fresh shoots in early spring, to cottage garden flowers in summer and trees laden with fruit in autumn. Greener garden and herb border talks run weekly from 29 April. Please see the What’s on Page for more information.

The natural play areas will spark the imagination of the whole family. Have a go at making mud pies, build a den, climb on the wooden play equipment and run through a secret tunnel. Activities take place throughout the year.

What will be on today's menu in the mud pie kitchen?
Young boy and girl making mud pies together
What will be on today's menu in the mud pie kitchen?

The shop and tea-room in the historic bothy sells plants, local, and seasonal products, as well as homemade scones. Accessible tables are available on the ground floor and we’re proud that the whole property has been awarded as dementia friendly.

Every purchase made in the tea-room supports our work
A display of cakes and scones
Every purchase made in the tea-room supports our work