A carpet of bluebells in the woodland

Stunning 18th-century landscape garden and haven for nature


Things to see and do

Have your special moment at Gibside

Regular happenings

Coming up in May

Upcoming events

Nordic Walking

Tue 25 Apr 2017
Get fit with the help of Body and Mind Lifestyle on a Nordic Walking class.

Route to Relaxation

Tue 25 Apr 2017
Tucked away within Gibside estate you can discover nature and calm surroundings on the Route to Relaxation trail.

Felting with Faerierealms

Tue 25 Apr 2017
Friendly, sociable felting group for people of all ages and abilities. Learn new skills and contribute to our Woollen Woods project.

Tots plots

Tue 25 Apr 2017
If your little one just loves to be outdoors and getting their hands dirty, or perhaps needs a little time to grow the love for the mud, this could be for them.

Moth Morning

Wed 26 Apr 2017
Learn more about the beautiful moths that call Gibside their home.

Prambling Buggy Fitness

Thu 27 Apr 2017
Prambling is ideal for parents and toddlers who want to become more physically active, meet new people and enjoy the great outdoors.

Our work

History conserved

South East front of Gibside Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne

Discover Gibside's past 

Discover the rise and fall of Gibside's families, including Mary Eleanor Bowes, one of the 18th century's richest heiresses, whose torturous marriage to the rotten "Stoney" Bowes was a cause celebre of the Georgian era.



Learn wild survival skills such as den building

Learning at Gibside 

Reconnect with nature and history with an inspirational residential stay or motivational day visit at Gibside.


Venue hire


Places to stay

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