Sewerby Hall and Gardens has more than 50 acres of award-winning gardens and woodland. Each garden offers its own variety of sights, smells and sounds throughout each of the four seasons. There's also a Marie Curie Daffodil Trail throughout spring. You'll soon learn why we won Yorkshire in Bloom Gold: 2008-11 when you explore the magnificent gardens.
Relax in our Pleasure Garden, where you can meander along the paths and view different wood carvings, including the inspiring quotes made from the fallen monkey puzzle tree, or try to find our intricate deer wood carving. With benches, sun traps and two covered shelters, you can take a break and rest any time of year.
After the devastating loss of our monkey puzzle tree in severe weather of spring 2018, artist Allen Stichler was commissioned to create wood carvings from the tree to display in the garden. The tree was thought to be one of the oldest in England, having been planted in 1868. A new monkey puzzle tree has now been planted.
Allen Stichler will return to Sewerby Hall and Gardens this summer to hold wood carving workshops. Book your place to take part now.Search for workshops
Wander inside our Walled Garden to marvel at an ever-changing kaleidoscope of box hedgerows, shrubs and flowers. The walled garden is a blaze of colour and patterns in summer and remains popular in the colder seasons too, offering visitors and plants alike a shelter from the weather.
Our well-kept Rose Garden will impress with its elegant layout and borders. Here, roses of all sizes, shapes and colours can be seen in late summer. A statue of Pandora provides the focal point of the garden design, and there are sheltered spots to sit away from the sun and enjoy the view.
Whether you are on the lookout for wildlife or a variety of tree species, our woodland will keep you busy. Look out for sycamore, horse chestnut and elm amongst others. This area is a haven for mammals, birds and insects, making it their home throughout the year.
Take the sign-posted Woodland Walk, which will lead you on a 20-minute journey over a few gentle slopes and some steps, but there are plenty of seats to rest and observe nature at work on your way.
Once you get engrossed in watching the activities of this delightful dell, you might just stay here for much longer than you planned!
Sewerby Hall and Gardens is home to a supported employment opportunity. Managed by Worklink, the service offers a practical work experience for up to 30 people with a learning disability.
The people who attend take part in all aspects of running a garden centre, from planting to managing stock, giving invaluable work experience. Worklink also sell their plants that are available to purchase throughout the year.
Watch out for their themed boarders that change on an annual basis. Previous themes have included Alice in Wonderland, Snow White and seven dwarfs and Roald Dahl.
|Monday to Thursday||10.30am 3pm|
|Saturday and Sunday (until Easter)||Closed|
See if you can find all the brass rubbings!
Take part in our orienteering course, aimed mainly at families
Wildlife activities you can take part in while visiting the estate