Scampston Hall & Walled Garden is now closed for 2023

Thank you for all of your support this season, we look forward to welcoming you again from the 27th March 2024. 

For details on everything happening at Scampston this year, visit our Events Diary

 

Welcome to Scampston

My family and I hope you have a wonderful time and enjoy exploring the Walled Garden here at Scampston, as well as learning about the history of the Hall and Parkland.

Our award-winning Walled Garden is a stunningly beautiful, contemporary garden, quite unlike any other. Designed by the much admired Dutch landscape designer Piet Oudolf, it is well worth a visit!

Scampston Hall is one of the finest regency country houses in North Yorkshire, and contains many fine works of art, furniture and porcelain. But above all it is our family home and we are delighted to share it with you through guided tours in the summer months.

We look forward to welcoming you soon.


Chris Legard

The Walled Garden
Set within the 18th century walls of the original kitchen garden for Scampston Hall, the Walled Garden has an exciting and unashamedly modern feel to it and complements the adjacent 18th century ‘Capability’ Brown park.
The Hall & Park
Scampston Hall
Scampston Hall, home to Christopher & Miranda Legard and their family, is one of the finest examples of a regency country house in North Yorkshire.
Venue Hire
Scampston Conservatory
The perfect venue for a conference, drinks reception, product launch or lavish dinner, we can provide everything to ensure that your company day runs perfectly.
Park Lodges
The Scampston Park Lodges development is destined to be the north of England’s finest holiday lodge park. From its original conception and throughout the design process, we have considered every detail to ensure that the park becomes the destination of choice for discerning second home owners.
WHAT'S ON AT SCAMPSTON
Sun 03 Mar 2024
All tied up!
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Wed 27 Mar 2024
Scampston Walled Garden opens it's gates again for 2024 on the 27th March!
easter trail
Wed 27 Mar 2024 - Sun 07 Apr 2024
Join us at Scampston this Easter for an adventurous Easter trail that will take you around the gardens! There will be an Easter related prize at the end for everyone who takes part
Thu 28 Mar 2024
How to look after your roses, Cultivating, pruning and feeding your prize blooms.
Fri 29 Mar 2024 - Sat 30 Mar 2024
A charity spring fair with handcrafted artisan goods and produce FREE ENTRY TO THE FAIR Please note the Walled Garden is open as normal during this event - entry fee to visit the garden does apply
Mon 01 Apr 2024
Fun sessions at 11:30am, 12:30pm and 1:30pm all included in your admission ticket!
Fri 05 Apr 2024 - Fri 03 May 2024
Enjoy a very special experience for two at Scampston Hall, including a sparkling afternoon tea in the Boudoir
Sun 14 Apr 2024
Spectacular Spring!
Sat 20 Apr 2024 - Sun 21 Apr 2024
FREE visit for all Ryedale Residents!
Sat 20 Apr 2024
During this workshop you will create a unique felt and stitch flower meadow picture based on one of Lynn’s designs.
Sun 21 Apr 2024
Learn the art of feltmaking where you will be guided through the process of creating your own fabulous wet felted handbag.
Gardenphotographypurple
Sat 27 Apr 2024
Learn how to take beautiful photographs using our gardens!
Mon 06 May 2024
The Walled Garden is open on Bank Holiday Monday
Sun 12 May 2024
Lake Lifecrycles!
Wed 15 May 2024 - Sun 28 Jul 2024
From the 15th May to the 28th July Scampston Hall opens it's doors and welcomes you in!
TESTIMONIALS
"The Walled Garden at Scampston is really imaginative and creative and a marvellous use of space. It is without doubt one of the great gardens of the early 21st century."
Sir Richard Carew Pole
"This garden has made our visit a pure delight and is now in my top 5 gardens. Stunning structure and detail. Calming and strong. A real pleasure - thank you for the pure inspiration. "
Sarah, Warwickshire
"Within the historic Walled Garden at Scampston Hall there are eight rooms, each one a wonderful display of contemporary planting, structure and form."
Stephen Lacy, Daily Telegraph