Open Days

NGS Garden Openings and Our 90th Anniversay Celebrations

The grounds are opened to the public for charity under the National Garden Scheme twice a year, in April and July and this year the Hall is celebration its 90th Anniversary celebrations.

Spring NGS Day

NGS Spring opening - Sunday 8th April 2018


Goldsborough Hall will be opening again on Sunday 8th April for the National Garden Scheme. Garden highlights include spring bulbs, a woodland walk and a stroll up the quarter-mile Lime Tree Walk, underplanted with more than 50,000 daffodils. Also light lunches and delicious home-made teas available. Dogs on leads welcome.

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NGS Summer opening - Sunday 22nd July 2018


The gardens are also open on Sunday 22nd July 2018. At this time of year the garden is full of interest including the rose garden, the 120ft herbaceous borders and our new border planted with rose 'Yorkshire Princess' named after Princess Mary. Also light lunches and delicious home-made teas available. Dogs on leads welcome.

This year the Hall is celebrating a milestone in its gardening history with its 90th anniversary celebrations of opening for the National Garden Scheme. See our 90th anniversary page for more details of the photographic exhibition held to celebrate at our July opening.

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Summer NGS Day

Admission is £5 (free for under 16s). All proceeds to charity - those nominated by the NGS including Marie Curie Cancer and Macmillan Nurses - and a percentage of the proceeds to St Mary's Church, Goldsborough which will also be open on the day.

Snowdrop Days

Snowdrop Days - February 2019 - TBC

Calling all galanthophiles! We will be flinging open the gates of our glorious gardens in February 2019 (Dates TBC).

We created our own Species Snowdrop Walk in 2012 with help from Mike Heagney of Tudor Croft gardens in Guisborough, and snowdrop expert Della Kerr. Our spectacular annual display is made up of two species, single galanthus nivalis and double galanthus nivalis flore pleno, as well as more than 40 rare varieties (some so rare they haven’t even been named yet).Admission is £5 (free for under 16s).

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Other ways to visit the gardens

Guests who are having afternoon tea, lunch, dinner or staying at the hall can walk round the 12-acres of gorgeous gardens and woodland at their leisure.