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historic house, gardens and tea room

Located between Northallerton and Richmond, Kiplin Hall & Gardens is an Historic House Museum with 90 acres of stunning grounds and gardens to explore, and an award-winning Tea Room to relax and refuel in.
The Jacobean house, built in 1620, belonged to four fascinating families, connected by blood or marriage for almost 400 years. The ancestral home is packed with the furniture, portraits, paintings, objects and personalia of the families who lived here, and also houses changing exhibitions.

Visitors can dine in the company of royalty in the Tea Rooms where portraits line the wood paneled walls, and much of the food served has been grown a stone's throw away in Kiplin's Walled Garden.
A small Garden Museum tells the history of the evolving gardens. There are activities for children in the Hall and gardens including various outdoor play areas.
Accessible Wheelchair access to ground floor, some areas of the gardens and Tea Room. Wheelchairs to loan – please book in advance.
Children welcome Activity room in the Hall, plus play areas and trails in the gardens and grounds. With 90 acres to explore it is worth asking about the Ticket for all Seasons.
Dogs welcome Well behaved dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a lead at all times, and are not permitted inside the Hall.

16 miles from Thirsk Tourist Information.
Take the A168 from Thirsk to Northallerton. Go along the High Street and across the roundabout. Continue straight on. After level crossing turn left (brown sign for Kiplin Hall) on to the B6271. Stay on this road through Great Langton and continue for roughly 3 miles. Kiplin Hall is on the left.

Kiplin Hall & Gardens, Scorton, Richmond DL10 6AT
T: 01748 818178


Kiplin Hall & Gardens
DL10 6AT
T: 01748 818178

W: Click for website

Map of Footpaths around Scorton.