North Yorkshire’s Newby Hall is a mansion and Grade I listed building dating back to the 17th century.
Visitors can view the sculpture gallery and tapestry room, still in its original condition. The grounds feature herbaceous borders and woodland walks, as well as an array of gardens, a children’s adventure area and a miniature railway.
Other attractions include the sculpture park, shop and plant centre and garden restaurant.
Coach parking is free and adjacent to the entrance pavilion. Drivers and couriers enjoy free entry and a complimentary meal voucher.
The restaurant offers morning coffee, lunches and afternoon teas with self-service. For pre-booked groups table service is available.
Groups of 15 or more can benefit from discounted entry plus free entry for group leaders.
For entrance to the house and garden, adults pay £11.20, OAPs £10.70 and children and disabled £8.50. For the garden only, adults pay £7.70, OAPs £7.20 and children and disabled £6.20.
The estate is open between March 31 and September 30, 2012.
Call 0845 4504068 or visit www.newbyhallandgardens.com