Hovingham Hall, North Yorkshire

Sir William and Lady Worsley invite you to visit their historic 18th Century house, open to the public 1st to 28th June inclusive.

For 450 years Hovingham has been the home of the Worsley family. The Palladian house was built between 1750 and 1770 by Thomas Worsley to his own design and is unique in being entered through the Riding School.

The House
The House
Historic 18th Century Palladian house
The Gardens
The Gardens
Attractive gardens with magnificent yew hedges, lawns and flower beds.
History
History
Over 450 years of the Worsley family history and heritage
Visitor Information
For information about opening times and admission
Group Visits
For information about group visits and tours
Directions
Hovingham Hall is a scenic 17 mile drive North from York
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