Get the most out of your day at East Riddlesden Hall
Hundreds of years ago this West Yorkshire manor was a family home. 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.
It's thanks to your visits that we can protect beautiful places like East Riddlesden Hall. Thank you for your support.
The house and garden are open Saturdays to Thursdays, 10.30am-4.30pm. Last entry is at 4pm. Admission is free for National Trust members and under 5’s. For non-members the admission prices are:
Gift Aid Standard
Adult £8.70 £7.70
Child £4.85 £3.85
Family (2 adults, 3 children) £22.25 £19.25
To help us look after the historic building, only small handbags can be taken around the house. We also ask that prams are left in the entrance to the house. We have a car park not far from the entrance and blue badge spaces are available. Parking’s free.
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. There are benches to rest on throughout.
If you’re looking for fun things to do this summer, we've got lot's of exciting things planned for the season.
Have you ever made butter by hand or dyed your own fabric? How about making traditional gingerbread, or your kneading your own bread dough? Please take a look at our What's On page for details of all our events.
Things to do for families
We know how important it is to keep the younger members of the family busy. At East Riddlesden Hall there are plenty of things to do that will keep everyone happy.
We love natural play and have a wonderful outdoor experience for families. This includes: a mud pie kitchen, den building area, hidden tunnels, wooden play equipment and lots of space to let imaginations run wild.
How many 50 things to do before you're 11¾ activities will you tick off your list?
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. It’s free to visit the shop and tea-room if you’d like to just call in to meet friends for lunch.
Every penny you spend at East Riddlesden Hall helps us to look after this little gem.
Enjoyed your visit? Come back again, and again, and again...
Love East Riddlesden Hall as much as we do? National Trust members receive unlimited free entry to over 500 places for a year - including here.
Please ask a member of staff in the shop about the benefits of becoming a member, and discover how our members help us to keep East Riddlesden Hall alive.
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Are you planning a wedding?
The romantic Airedale Barn, where most of the weddings take place, has all the modern touches under one roof from underfloor heating to a waterfall of fairy lights.
The atmospheric barn can seat up to 160 guests, is in a setting seeped in history and is proudly looked after by National Trust.
We’re here to help you every step of the way, as much or as little as you would like, right up to your big day. Our friendly wedding team has lots of experience and would love to hear your ideas and play a part in making them happen.
The Wedding Fayre on 6 October will show East Riddlesden Hall at its best. Come and meet the team and see how we can make your wedding dreams a reality.