HALL - GARDENS - GROUNDS
Important update – new opening times during covid-19 outbreak – updated 5th October 2020
OPEN 6 DAYS PER WEEK (No need to pre-book)
10am – 5pm
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays.
The Hall and Gardens are now open 6 days per week. The Tea Room area inside the Hall is currently being used as part of the one-way visitor route to explore the house. But we are delighted to be operating our Tea Room Under Canvas in the parkland infront of the Hall. Hot drinks, soups, scones, sandwiches, and cakes are freshly made in the Kiplin kitchen and served in the heated marquee. Social distancing measures are in place throughout the site. We ask all visitors to adhere to the guidelines in place and the ‘rule of 6’ throughout their visit.
Visitors can enjoy visiting the historic hall, taking long walks around the lake, the open space of the parkland, and ambles along our woodland paths. Take in the quiet calm of the walled garden in the company of the birds and the bees or choose the perfect picnic spot on the rolling lawns. Toilet facilities are open, with enhanced cleaning.
Explore Kiplin Hall through a 3D virtual model (best enjoyed on a touch screen) CLICK HERE
Hear from beloved 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
We hope you enjoy our Hollywood style movie trailer, created to celebrate and promote the reopening of the hall!
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.