Wallington Hall Garden, near Morpeth
These gardens and grounds at Wallington Hall date from the 1700s by Sir Walter Blackett with help from Lancelot 'Capability' Brown who attended school in the estate village.
Main features of Wallington Hall and Gardens
- National Trust House and Garden
- Terraced Walled Garden planted with fowers
- Child Friendly
- Historic House open with stunning interior
- Open most of year
- Dogs on leads in grounds
Whilst the landscape at Wallington Hall and Garden is formal there is a natural feel with some lovely walks, with longer ones encompassing the Moor.
There is a beautiful walled garden with many climbers and colourful borders. A Rill runs along the lawn from the pond.
Woodland walks with many fine trees.
The wonderful house can also be visited and has a fascinating history. See the beautifully furnished rooms and the 8 large wall paintings depicting 2000 years of local life by pre-Raphaelite artist William Bell Scott.
See also life downstairs in the kitchen as it was.
For families there is a woodland garden and activities throughout the year for kids.
NT 2018 Wallington Hall Gardens - all year from 10 - 7 in summer, 4 in winter House open normally from March - see Wallington Hall website for details. Snowdrops season begins towards the end of January, see website for further details.
Shop and restaurant. Disabled access. Dogs on lead in grounds.
Join the National Trust for free entry - see banner on side of page.
- Street: Wallington Hall
- Postcode: NE61 4AR
- City: Cambo, Morpeth
- County: Northumberland
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01670 773600
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