The gardens and grounds at East Riddlesden Hall

Avenue of apple and pear trees without leaves on

Find peace in the intimate gardens and enjoy an ever-changing palette of colour.

Discover ribbons of tulips and daffodils in spring, to borders of colourful flowers that frame the house in summer.

As the seasons turn cooler, the colours in the garden take on a beautiful bronze colour with rich shades of purple intertwined.

There are plenty of beautiful areas to relax in including the tranquil Wild Garden and the scented Herb Border which was used as a medicine cabinet by the people who once lived here.

The lower grounds offer you the chance to take a gentle stroll and look for wildlife in and around the River Aire.

Dogs are welcome to enjoy the lower field and river area too, assistance dogs are welcome into the house and gardens.

Downloadable documents

East Riddlesden Hall map of the gardens and grounds (PDF / 2.5MB) download