2019 Opening Times and Accessiblity
Kiplin is a large site with many historic buildings, bodies of water, and some uneven surfaces. The upper floors of the Hall are accessed by two long, shallow staircases. Unfortunately, there is no lift to these levels. For those unable to manage the stairs there are folders of information and photographs to browse in the Tea Room. Accessible toilets are located to the side of the drive near the clock tower.
Free admission is available to carers/assistants of disabled visitors. Please contact Kiplin for free wheelchair loan – 01748 818178.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome to enjoy the grounds at Kiplin, but must be kept on a lead, and are not permitted entry into the Hall.
Kiplin is fundraising to change the historic gravel in the grounds to self-binding gravel that will make the paths more accessible. Make a donation to help Kiplin make improvements.
Kiplin is closed on Thursdays and Fridays throughout the year, and closes at 4pm in February and March.
The More the Merrier
Tour the house with one of our expert guides. Learn about the founding of Maryland, the history of the four families, related by blood or marriage, who owned Kiplin Hall, and some Royal connections.
For group bookings you will need to contact us in advance of your visit.
Hall & Exhibitions Opening Times
The Hall opens at 11am and closes at 5pm Saturday to Wednesday
Gardens & Tea Room Opening Times
2 February to 31 March Saturday to Wednesday
10am - 4pm
1 April to 3 November Saturday to Wednesday
10am - 5pm
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*These prices are with Gift Aid. By adding c.10% donation to your entry, as a registered UK charity Kiplin Hall can claim Gift Aid worth 25% on the total payment.
Accessibility at Kiplin
· Free admission for carer of visitor with disabilities
· Wheelchair access to ground floor rooms and gardens
· Accessible toilets
· Assistance dogs welcome
· Information folder with photographs of upper floors
· Large print information sheets
· Partial access to woodland and lakeside walks
· Parking close to the front of the Hall