Newby Hall & Gardens (Ripon) Reviews
Description:Ripon, North Yorkshire HG4 5AE. Telephone (01423) 322583 Fax (01423) 324452. Email: email@example.com
Newest Review: ... Prices Adult £11.00 OAP £10.00 Child/Disabled £8.50 Family (2+2) £36.00 Family (2+3) £39.00 Group Adult/OAP £9.50 Group Child/Disabled (15 or more paying visitors) £7.00 Gardens Only Adult £8.00 OAP £7.00 Child/Disabled £6.50 Family (2+2) £27.00 Family (2+3) £32.00 Group Adult/OAP (15 or more paying visitors) £7.00 Group Child/Disabled £5.50 If you plan on visiting the ... more
Customer Newby Hall & Gardens (Ripon) Reviews (2)
by - written on 21/07/09 (Very useful, 162 readings)
~~~~~~~~~ Introduction ~~~~~~~~~ For most people under the age of sixteen the start of the school holidays is a joyous time filled with fun and adventure. For those of us who look after these people it can be a long six weeks. If you are like us then you will be forever searching for new and exciting ways not only to occupy your little treasures, but also something that offers you some sort of enjoyment and reward too. A day out at Newby Hall could be just the thing. ~~~~~~ Location ~~~~~~ Newby Hall is situated just 2 miles from the A1 in North Yorkshire, taking the Ripon exit and following the brown tourist signs ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/01, updated on 05/09/01 (Very useful, 76 readings)
This is only my opinion on the gardens at Newby Hall as I fear my youngsters may have trashed the actual Hall had they have been let in!!!! Newby Hall is a private residence, open in part to the general public. The gardens make for a fantastic day out for children and adults alike. There are 25 acres of gardens to go at, initially created in the 1920's but continually updated. We've had 2 visits during this year's summer holiday's and still not covered the whole area. The picnic area at Newby Hall is actually situated outside of the gardens, but is fenced in to prevent lively children escaping their parent's sight...very ... Read the complete review
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