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Shandy Hall and Gardens - Opening Hours and Appointments




Shandy Hall (Gardens) open from May – September: Wednesday to Sunday, and Bank Holidays

11am – 4.30 pm (£4).

Closed Mondays and Tuesdays except Bank Holidays.

To visit at other times contact us here.

Shandy Hall (Museum) by tour only May – September: Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays

11.30am and 2.30pm (£10)

Limited Numbers. To guarantee a place, contact us to book.

Please arrive 10 mins before the start of the tour.

Tours are also available at other times by appointment. To arrange a visit contact us here.

Group bookings can also be made.

Some things you may want to know before your visit.

Shandy Hall and Coxwold are situated in the North York Moors National Park and is close to the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

The house is near the church in the village of Coxwold, approximately 19 miles north of York, midway between the market towns of Thirsk, Easingwold, and Helmsley.
From A19, turn east (signed towards Coxwold).
Shandy Hall is the first house in the village if approaching from the west (A19).

Coxwold sign

Coxwold is a beautiful village with around 150 inhabitants, a public house (The Fauconberg, The Coxwold (tearooms), Rumah Home Interiors and Coxwold Cabinet Makers.
St Michael’s Church, Coxwold is an interesting historic church.

Need a place to stay in Coxwold?

Visit our FAQs page to find information on this and other queries about your visit

Photo: Coxwold Cottages


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