Opening times for 29 February 2024
Asset Opening time Manor house 10:00 - 16:30 Garden 10:00 - 17:00
Last entry one hour before closing.MTWTFSS2930311234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829123
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £6.60 £6.00 Child £3.30 £3.00 Family £16.50 £15.00 Family one adult £9.90 £9.00 Group Adult £5.70 Group Child £2.85
Assistance dogs only in the hall.
Mobility parking on onsite car park. Access to the lower gardens and toilets are via steps. Alternative route available – ask a team member.
Booking required for accessible parking, please call reception.
Take A1 junction 64 (A195), continue over Princess Anne Interchange roundabout. Left at Biddick Lane roundabout, then follow brown signs. From A19 and other routes follow 'Washington', join A1231 until you pick up brown signs.
Parking: Free parking available on The Avenue beside the property. Mobility parking onsite, telephone 0191 416 6879 to book a space.
Find us on The Avenue in Washington Village. Footpaths/paved routes available from surrounding villages.
Nearest stations are Heworth (Metro) 4 miles; Newcastle 7 miles
Services to Washington Galleries from Newcastle and County Durham (4, ED2, X1 X1A, 1.2 mile/2km/25 min walk) and to Washington village from Gateshead (81, 82, 82A, 83 nearest stop Village Lane, 2 min walk)
National Cycle Network Route 7 passes a mile from the hall
Thirteenth-century manor house associated with the family of George Washington, first president of the USA.
Intricate topiary, ornamental flower beds, fruit trees, a wildlife-rich nuttery and a small play area.
At the heart of historic Washington village this picturesque stone manor house and its gardens provide a tranquil oasis, reflecting gentry life following the turbulence of the English Civil War.
The building incorporates parts of the original medieval home of George Washington's direct ancestors, and it is from here that the family took their surname of 'Washington'.
Much used and loved by local people, including a hugely supportive Friends organisation.
Travel through time and discover the fascinating past of Washington Old Hall, including its links with an American president and its 20th century challenges.
Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Washington Old Hall on the National Trust Collections website. https://www.nationaltrustcollections.org.uk/
Discover everything you need to know about volunteering at historic Washington Old Hall, including what volunteers do, what’s in it for you and how to get involved.