Scampston Walled Garden

About Scampston Walled Garden

Revel in the tranquillity of the award-winning contemporary Walled Garden at Scampston, designed by renowned Dutch plantsman Piet Oudolf.

Journey through the arresting perennial meadow, discover the contemporary waves of grass, and take time to enjoy the calm of the contemplative ‘silent garden’.

Within the Walled Garden you’ll also find our welcoming café serving delectable lunches and cream teas.

Palladian Bridge at Scampston Walled Garden

The traditional Hall gardens and ‘Capability’ Brown parkland provide beautiful walks and scenic views out to the rising Wolds and include the stunning Palladian Bridge, a restored icehouse and the lakes brimming with wildlife. A nature trail is also available for young children – collect your explorer pack to discover the secrets of Scampston’s magical forest.

Scampston Hall, with its opulent regency interior and impressive collection of art and antiques, is open for guided tours in the early summer.

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Accessible parking

Disabled parking adjacent to entrance. Main car park 100m from entrance.

Internal disabled access

Walled garden: the garden is flat. Paths are rolled gravel, designed to be suitable for wheelchairs.
The restaurant is fully accessible. Disabled and baby changing facilities in restaurant.

Accessible public toilet

With handrails and emergency call system.


Wheelchair accessible.
Special dietary requirements catered for.

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Scampston Walled Garden provides a range of facilities to offer you a fantastic day out

Dogs at Scampston Walled Garden

While dogs aren’t allowed within the walled garden and hall gardens, there is a dog friendly trail around the parkland.

Getting here

Contact us

Scampston Walled Garden, Scampston, Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 8NG
Tel 01944 759111
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Scampston Walled Garden is just 4 miles from Malton and is easily accessible from the A64 which connects Leeds, York and the Yorkshire Coast

Public transport

Yorkshire Coastliner bus service

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