Opening Times at Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens 2017
Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens are now closed for the winter. We will be open again on the 1st April 2017 between 13:00 and 17:00 every Wednesday and Friday and on the first and third Saturday and Sundays of each month. To help you plan your visit, all the days we are open to the public are listed on the calendar below.
We have a series of events and workshops throughout the summer, which you can see here. If you would like to keep up to date with what’s happening in the garden, please sign up to our newsletter.
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A single visit is £5.00 or £1 for children aged 5-16. You can alternatively purchase an annual Season Ticket, allowing unlimited entry (during normal opening times) for just £15.
The garden is free to RHS members on Wednesdays and Fridays in April, May and September. Please note that this is a change of days from previous years. We are sorry but Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens is unable to accept the RHS card on weekends or in June, July and August.
Season tickets for 2017 will shortly be on sale. We are always delighted to welcome back regular visitors who can observe the garden throughout the spring and summer.
For just £15 you can make as many visits as you like during regular opening hours. You can buy one at the entrance hut or here
The gardens and nursery are open to booked visits of 15 people or more. Click here to find out more.
The gardens are also open to private hire. Click here to find out more.
We have ample onsite private parking.
Homemade cakes and refreshing teas within our courtyard are a must for every visitor. The Tea Room in our lovely renovated barn is a place to sit with your coffee, admire the art exhibitions, flick through magazines and gardening books and shelter if it is raining! We also have picnic tables available for your convenience in the grass car park. If you would like to have your lunch locally we would suggest either York Marina in Naburn or the The Fat Abbot at Escrick.
There is a small playground for smaller children.
Please note that dogs are welcome in the grass car park but not in the gardens. Guide Dogs are of course welcome in all areas.