Gardens in North East England.

Castle Howard
Set in an elevated position, against the Howardian Hills in the North Riding of Yorkshire, Castle Howard's magnificent facade is visible for miles around.
Harewood House
For a great family day out, why not visit Harewood House?  The kids will love the Adventure Playground, and everyone will enjoy the exploring the grounds, the bird gardens and inside the house itself.
Bramham Park
Bramham Park is a splendid Queen Anne mansion, containing fine collections of furniture, porcelain and paintings and is set in the peaceful tranquillity of 66 acres of formal gardens and 100 acres of pleasure grounds.
Chillingham Castle
Visitors to Chillingham may recognise this wonderful 12th Century castle from its frequent appearences on TV and in films, including Elizabeth, The Real Harry Potter and many others.
Cragside
Enter the world of Lord Armstrong - Victorian inventor, innovator and lanscape genius. Cragside house was the wonder of its age, and the first house in the world to be lit by hydro-electricity.
Crook Hall and Gardens
Crook Hall built in the 13th century is one of the oldest inhabited houses in Durham. The Hall is a jumble of buildings reflecting its historical development.
Duncombe Park
Sir Charles Duncombe's new Baroque mansion was completed in 1713 on a virgin plateau overlooking Helmsley Castle and the valley of the River Rye.
Helmsley Walled Garden
Set against the backdrop of Helmsley Castle and Duncombe Park, the five acre garden, originally built in 1756, has recently benefited from 15 years of extensive restoration.
Herterton House Garden and Nursery
Created by Frank and Marjorie Lawley since 1976, this is a small (1 acre) new country garden on 17th Century lines.
Howick Hall Gardens
The gardens at Howick are deliberately aimed at garden lovers and we intend to keep them free from commercial exploitation.
Normanby Hall Country Park
Nestling in the heart of North Lincolnshire's tranquil countryside Normanby Hall Country Park is the ideal day out for all the family.
Norton Conyers
The walled garden is in full cultivation. Laid out in the mid 18th century, it retains the essentials of its original design, combined with sympathetic replanting in the English style.
Oakwell Hall
This beautiful, Elizabethan manor house has delighted visitors for centuries. Built in 1583, the hall is now set out as it would have been in the 1690s, when it was the home of the Batt family.
Ormesby Hall
Ormesby Hall is an intimate home lived in by the Pennyman family for more than 300 years, with fine plaster work, carved wood decoration and fascinating portraits.
Raby Castle
See the proud stronghold built by the mighty Neville dynasty in 1360, which has stood for centuries as a monument to their power and ambition.
RHS Garden Harlow Carr
One of Yorkshire's most relaxing and surprising gardens at the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales!
Sewerby Hall and Gardens
Situated in a dramatic cliff-top position, forming the gateway to the Flamborough Heritage Coast, Sewerby Hall and Gardens, set in 50 acres of early 19th century parkland, enjoys spectacular views over Bridlington Bay.
Sheffield Botanical Garden
Sheffield Botanical Gardens were designed in 1834 by Robert Marnock, a leading horticulturalist and landscape designer. The Gardens are listed by English Heritage as a Grade II site of special historic and architectural interest.
The Walled Garden at Scampston
Scampston is among the best examples of the English Country House, combining fine architecture with a wealth of art treasures in a beautiful parkland setting in Yorkshire.
Thorp Perrow Arboretum Bird of Prey & Mammal Centre
Thorp Perrow is an 85 acre Arboretum set in over 1000 acres of parkland and is owned and managed by Sir John Ropner.
Wentworth Castle Gardens
One of the most important historic gardens in the North of England, this hidden gem celebrates its 300th anniversary in 2009.

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