National Trust Beningbrough Hall is located at Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens, York YO30 1DD, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with National Trust Beningbrough Hall and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Elizabeth Clarke

4 Google Rating

There's always something to do at Beningbrough even in murky November days. The house and garden wer

4/ 5

There's always something to do at Beningbrough even in murky November days. The house and garden were closed but we were able to wander around, walking my dog and getting a snack and drink at the beautifully stocked farm shop. It's always an uplifting experience to be out in the fresh air and away from the drone of traffic. An all together happy time.

Carol Rosbrook

5 Google Rating

Great place to visit with lots to see and lots of walks for all abilities. Lots of interesting varit

5/ 5

Great place to visit with lots to see and lots of walks for all abilities. Lots of interesting varities of flowers. Great to see the v large pumpkins. Something for every1 to enjoy. Plus had a tour of the clock tower.

Liz Hebden

5 Google Rating

Lovely place to visit anytime of the year. Autumn colours glow all around the gardens. Still able t

5/ 5

Lovely place to visit anytime of the year. Autumn colours glow all around the gardens. Still able to see beautiful bursts of vibrant coloured flowers in the borders. The house is host to the celebration of all things Yorkshire depicted in art. Great house to explore. Guides in the rooms are cheerfully helpful. There are lots of children to do and explore. There are two cafes with the largest being next to the entrance building. Good choice of food and drinks with seating inside and outside. Ample parking. There is a farm shop near by selling the local produce. Would highly recommend to all.

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4 Google Rating

Lovely gardens. Stunning house. Really enjoyed the Yorkshire exhibition. Lovely cafe and staff are a

4/ 5

Lovely gardens. Stunning house. Really enjoyed the Yorkshire exhibition. Lovely cafe and staff are all so polite and helpful. Feel it's very expensive though. Luckily we had a free pass but not sure I would of been happy paying £15 on entry.

Alex Walker

5 Google Rating

Lovely gardens set in a very picturesque part of York. The exhibitions are always interesting too. T

5/ 5

Lovely gardens set in a very picturesque part of York. The exhibitions are always interesting too. The café /restaurant serves honest, good value food and drinks as well. All told a good day out.

Grant Jones

2 Google Rating

Very disappointed. The gardens are nice (hence the two star rating) but the house is a shell, virtua

2/ 5

Very disappointed. The gardens are nice (hence the two star rating) but the house is a shell, virtually all the furniture has gone and no paintings (apart from some modern art) are on display. We were told the Hall is linked to the National Portrait Gallery and they had put the paintings in storage. What was on display were some bits and pieces of modern art which had no relation at all to the building itself. Can only assume its part of the Trust wanting to 'dial down' their role as a cultural institution looking after country houses. The National Trust is losing its way...

Melanie Mengüs

4 Google Rating

Visited the house and gardens during the Halloween week and there was so many decorations around the

4/ 5

Visited the house and gardens during the Halloween week and there was so many decorations around the garden. It was so fun to wander around and see some well decorated pumpkins. The house is very beautiful but the exhibition inside are a bit weird. I wasn’t really expecting to see an empty place with modern art. Would love to see how it looked back in time.

Mary Soulsby

5 Google Rating

Always like Beningborough Gardens

5/ 5

Always like Beningborough Gardens

Damien Vanhille

5 Google Rating

We spend 3 lovely hours at Beningbrough Hall. The gardens are amazing, with a lot of vegetables to s

5/ 5

We spend 3 lovely hours at Beningbrough Hall. The gardens are amazing, with a lot of vegetables to see (in October), walking trail in the wood with cattle, and hidden pumpkin to find. The house is beautiful, but I wish they had keep the original furniture instead of doing a modern art exhibition. Also their cafe is really nice, I had a great pumpkin spice latte.

Russ Tate

5 Google Rating

Can't beat a quiet stroll through the gardens and grounds. Quite peaceful to just sit and relax then

5/ 5

Can't beat a quiet stroll through the gardens and grounds. Quite peaceful to just sit and relax then tea around the sunken garden. Oh, the house is interesting too. 😊

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