Discover something new in Yorkshire

We've reopened our doors for 2019 with lots of new things to discover at the places we look after. Join us this spring to see exhibitions and events. We're also celebrating Yorkshire at Beningbrough and the incredible works of Chippendale at Nostell. Where will you visit first?

Blue illustration of a hare created from linoprint

Art at Beningbrough

New for winter 2019: Winter Wildlife in Print. Encounter a series of handcrafted installations by Yorkshire artist Gerard Hobson as you wander through the gardens and garden buildings, and find a print exhibition upstairs in the Hayloft.

Thomas Chippendale pier glass at Nostell

Interior Worlds: Behind the Glass

Join us in celebrating the work of Thomas Chippendale, 'the Shakespeare of furniture' with a programme of exhibitions, events and activities at Nostell. Peer behind a very special mirror in the collection and explore the world it has reflected for nearly 250 years.

Nunnington Hall Art for Christmas exhibition

Exhibitions at Nunnington Hall

From award winning national photography collections to detailed wildlife paintings and garden sculpture, there's something for everyone.

Fiona Bowley

Art in the outdoors

Rievaulx Terrace has held a number of art exhibitions in years past, and this year we’re proud to host the immersive exhibition of Fiona Bowley. Including, a Meet the Artist event on 28 September 11am - 4p[m

Treasurer's House by special appointment tours

By special invitation to Treasurer's House

Join a small and exclusive guided tour and learn more about the eccentric owner and his special gift of Treasurer's House to the National Trust - the first to be gifted complete with its collection. Returning May 2020 on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon.

The exterior of Vyner at Fountains Hall, nr Rippon, Yorkshire

Stay with us  

Did you know you could stay with us? We have holiday cottages across Yorkshire. Get a front row seat for folly! by staying at Fountains Abbey or have the gardens to yourself at Beningbrough Hall.