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Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens


  • Historic Buildings


  • Attraction with Art Collection
  • Attraction with Cafe/Refreshments
  • Attraction with Gift Shop
  • Attraction with Restaurant
  • Audio-guides Available
  • Disabled Access
  • Guided Tours Available
  • Lifts
  • Parking Nearby
  • Toilets

Free entry to Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens with a York Pass

Normal Ticket Price:

Adult: £11.80 (FREE entry with a York Pass)

Child: £5.90 (FREE entry with a York Pass)

Beningbrough is not a place where time stands still.

Built in the 18th century by a wealthy teenager, numerous occupants have changed the face of this Italian style house and gardens. The changing fortunes of this grand country house are told through art and storiesm of prosperity, loss and reinvention. The working walled garden, grand herbaceous borders, sweeping lawns and a play area for children to let off steam creates a year-round garden.


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