Discover 3,000 Dazzling David Austin Roses

The Gardens at Wynyard Hall are fast becoming one of the North’s leading visitor attractions, offering a fabulous day out for couples, friends, families and groups alike. They have been accredited in Visit England’s Attraction Quality Scheme, and offer incentives for coach and tour organisers. Admission includes entry to the Walled Garden, Edible Garden, Wild Garden and Woodland Walk, plus the Farm Shop, Café and Glasshouse.

Entrance to The Garden’s is free until 13th May 2019.

The Walled Garden

Explore the Walled Garden and discover 3,000 David Austin roses bursting with colour, plus a fascinating selection of trees and shrubs, carefully highlighted with graceful water features and meandering paths.


The Edible Garden

A hub of horticultural inspiration, the Edible Garden is filled with raised beds and vegetable plots, growing an array of fruit, vegetables and herbs, used to create dishes in the Café and Wynyard Hall’s renowned Wellington Restaurant.

Fresh picked carrots out of the ground
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Woodland Walk

The Woodland Walk at Wynyard Hall provides a magical playground where children and adults can explore and create their own exciting adventure. Enjoy a brisk 40 minute walk, or bring a picnic and enjoy a great day out for all the family.


The Glasshouse

The Victorian-inspired Glasshouse is a hub of inspiration for those that share our passion for cookery, horticulture and crafts. It’s a beautifully designed retail space, filled with stunning homeware, garden accessories and gifts

Beautiful accessories
A delicious red velvet cake

The Farm Shop and Café

The Farm Shop is filled with the finest locally sourced food and drink the North-East has to offer, The Farmshop Café offers a light, airy space to enjoy a spot of lunch or catch up with friends. Choose from a hot dish of the day, artisan sandwiches, hearty homemade soup, quiche, mouth-watering cakes and much, much more!


Plan Your Visit 

The Gardens are open 7 days a week, with ample free parking including allocated disabled bays and coach spaces.