Things to do at Gunby this autumn

As the days get shorter and the leaves are falling there's lots to see and do at Gunby.

Lime trees on the Gunby drive in autumn

Abundance of autumn colour at Gunby

As the days shorten and it gets cooler, there's lots of autumn colour to enjoy in the Gunby gardens and grounds. From light brown to deep red enjoy the rich colour palette of the season.

Apple carts at Gunby

Gunby apples galore

This time of year come and see the many different apple varieties grown in the Gunby gardens. Can you guess how many we have?

Shaggy ink cap

Find fungi in the Gunby grounds

During autumn you can discover many interesting fungi in the gardens and grounds. You're welcome to photograph them, but please don't pick or eat any. Can you spot as many as Gunby's volunteer photographers have?

Painting by Anne Harris

Art exhibitions in Orchard Gallery

Visit ever-changing art exhibitions in Gunby's Orchard Gallery, nestled in the Gunby gardens.

Walkers at Gunby

Walking in the Gunby Estate

Take a walk to Gunby's Ice House Pond or venture further afield to Monksthorpe Chapel. Take a look at our downloadable trails and how to book Nordic Walking sessions.

Curiosity Cabinet at Gunby

Explore Gunby's Curiosity Cabinet

Find out more facts about conservation by peeking in the drawers of Gunby's new addition: a modern take on a Curiosity Cabinet.

Newspaper article from the Daily Telegraph in 1944 about Gunby being saved

1944 - 2019: 75 year anniversary with the National Trust

This year we celebrate that 75 years ago, in 1944, Gunby Hall was gifted to the National Trust. Explore the fascinating story of how Gunby was nearly lost, but eventually saved for the nation.