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Crook Hall Gardens

Characterful gardens on the edge of Durham city, set against the backdrop of a medieval hall.

Frankland Lane, Sidegate, Durham, DH1 5SZ

A wide aerial view over Crook Hall Gardens on a sunny spring day. Trees and shrubs are in full leaf, with colourful flowers in borders between green lawns. The roof of the café can be seen between the gardens and buildings on the edge of the city, with Durham Cathedral just visible in the distance

Planning your visit

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Visiting Crook Hall Gardens with your dog 

Find out where dogs are welcome at Crook Hall Gardens and the facilities on offer for your canine companions.

Two visitors exploring the garden in spring at Quarry Bank, Cheshire


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