...to the Jacobean country seat of the founder of Maryland, George Calvert. A ‘Gothic’ wing was added in the 1820s and redesigned in 1887 by W.E. Nesfield.

This intriguing house is now furnished as a comfortable Victorian home with 17 rooms open to the public. The Hall is crowded with an eclectic mix of previous owners’ furniture, paintings, portraits and personalia, including many Arts and Crafts items. Among numerous original paintings from the 16th – 19th centuries are works by Beuckelaer, Carlevarijs, Kauffman and Watts.

Ornamental gardens, a productive Walled Garden, Woodland and Lakeside Walks and an award-winning Tea Room add to the enjoyment of your visit.

We look forward to welcoming you.


1 Feb

Snowdrops and Spring Flowers

Snowdrops and Spring Flowers Gardens re-open Sunday 1 February Carpets of snowdrops & aconites followed by spring flowers. Bulbs in the green for sale. £5.30/£4.30/£2.30/£14.50

21 Feb

Wartime Wedding and Tea

Wartime Wedding Saturday 21 February, 2pm & 4.30pm The History Wardrobe presents a wonderfully nostalgic presentation about rationed fashion during WW2,…

19 Mar

Planning a Vegetable Garden

 Thursday 19 March, 10am - 3pm  Learn how to create a productive vegetable garden with Head Gardener, Chris Baker. The workshop will be held in the Hall…

Calling New Volunteers

Do you have time to spare to join our team of volunteers?

If you are interested in helping with any of the following, we would love to hear from you.

Room Stewards, Gardening, Till and Tickets Sales,Tea Room, Guiding Groups, Helping with the Collections, Archiving

Please call Dawn, Marcia or Jess on 01748 818178

email info@kiplinhall.co.uk

Charting Chipeling - 1,001 Archaeological Finds

Charting Chipeling - 1,001 Archaeological Finds The 2014 Heritage Lottery funded archaeology project has added to our knowledge of the area around Kiplin, which was recorded as ‘Chipeling’ in the Domesday survey of 1086.

Through the millennia before the township of Chipeling existed, the area was home to prehistoric hunter-gatherers, early farmers and invading Romans who founded the town of Catterick. Later there were Saxon kings and warriors, and medieval monks farmed the land at Kiplin and milled grain to support nearby Easby Abbey.

 In 2014, five excavation trenches produced over 1,000 small finds ranging from Mesolithic flints to Arts and Crafts pottery, indicating activity for thousands of years. Some of these objects will be displayed in the exhibition, which opens in April.


Opening Times

Opening Times

The Hall, Gardens and Tea Room are now closed for the winter. Gardens and Tea Room re-open Sunday 1 February, Hall Good Friday 3 April.

2015 Opening Times

Garden and Tea Room: Sunday-Wednesday, from 1 Feb. House: Good Friday and Easter Saturday, and then Sunday - Wednesday, from 5 April.

A Dickens of a Christmas

The Hall will be dressed and open for 'A Dickens of a Christmas', Friday - Sunday 5-7 and 11-13 December 2015, with additional openings for groups - please phone for further information.