Separate mobility parking, 5 yards. Adapted toilet at visitor centre. Building - steps to entrance. Alternative accessible entrance, via side passage. Grounds - partly accessible, grass and loose gravel paths, some steps. Benches available.
One of Yorkshire's finest 18th-century landscape gardens, containing two temples.
Classical Roman source - the Maison Carree at Nimes, likely to have been designed by Thomas Robinson.
Adorned with paintings and plaster work, imbuing the picturesque ideals of the 18th century
Explore this 18th-century pleasure garden, with its lavish temple follies, lush woodland, pretty wildflower bank and sweeping views towards the ruins of Rievaulx Abbey.
Find out how to make the most of your visit with your dog at Rievaulx Terrace, including where you can take them and what facilities are available. Rievaulx Terrace is a one pawprint rated place.
Discover one of Ryedale's true gems - the 18th-century landscape of Rievaulx Terrace. Stroll through woods, then out on to the terrace, with its stunning views down over the Cistercian ruin of Rievaulx Abbey.
In spring the bank between the temples is awash with wild flowers, in summer the lawns are the perfect spot for picnics, while in autumn the beech woods are a mass of rich hues.
Rievaulx Terrace's close proximity to Nunnington Hall makes it an ideal double visit in one day.
Discover how 18th-century owner Thomas Duncombe II planned a verdant garden with lavish temples, and learn about the architect and artists he employed to bring his vision to life.