HALL - GARDENS - GROUNDS
Kiplin Hall and Gardens is open 6 days a week, closed on Thursdays. The Tea Room is currently offering a take-away menu, perfect for picnics. One-way routes and social distancing measures are in place. Tickets are required to enter the hall and gardens, including the woodland and lakeside walks. You can visit the Tea Room without a ticket but tickets are required for the rest of the estate.
You do not need to book, but you can purchase your tickets in advance online HERE. You can still buy tickets in person on arrival. All tickets are valid for 12 months, during opening hours, from the date of your first booking. All tickets include the Hall and Gardens. Full Terms and Conditions can be found on the Visit Kiplin page. (Historic Houses members are already ticket holders, so do not need to purchase tickets in advance, simply show your pass on arrival as normal.)
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Hear from beloved former Curator of Kiplin Hall for 18 years, Dawn Webster, in the Kiplin Treasury video tour CLICK HERE
Learn more about the four families who’ve owned and loved Kiplin through extensively researched family trees CLICK HERE
New exhibition for 2021 – Introducing the Annie Marchant Kitchen and Dairy Collection – virtually opened by The Rt Hon Rishi Sunak, MP for Richmond (Yorks) and Chancellor of the Exchequer during lockdown in March
An oasis of calm and tranquillity in the heart of North Yorkshire, Kiplin Hall & Gardens was built from 1619 for George Calvert founder of Maryland, USA. With an intimately presented hall, award winning tearoom and scenic walks around the lake, through the woodland and parkland, and in the walled and formal gardens, and activities for all ages, Kiplin is an ideal place to experience North Yorkshire country living at its finest.
We have a separate website covering the Hall’s history and family trees here.