As we begin to take our first tentative steps out of lockdown, the warm weather and longer days have brought with them a sense of hope and optimism. Summer Solstice, or ‘Midsummer’s Day’ is traditionally an opportunity to reflect, look to the future and enjoy the nature that surrounds us.
Join us on Saturday June 20th June as we open the Park and Gardens for visitors to enjoy the evening sunshine, to mark the longest day of the year.
The Park and Gardens will open from 6pm – 10.30pm. Standard admission fees apply for the evening opening.
Book your Summer Solstice evening Park and Garden tickets here.
We have some egg-citing plans for Easter at Raby Castle! The Park and Gardens burst into life in the Spring and there is plenty for families to discover as they explore our acres of parkland. The Castle, with its magnificent towers, is the perfect backdrop for a magical day out. This Easter we will have […]READ MORE
When you go down to the woods this Easter, keep your eyes open for some fascinating wildlife. The Woodland Walk to High Force Waterfall is home to a huge variety of birds, insects and animals. Look carefully and you’ll be amazed at what you can see. Follow our fun family trail and see how many […]READ MORE
Easter will be egg-stra special this year as we invite you to enjoy the huge open spaces in the Deer Park to enjoy one of our delicious takeaway Afternoon Tea Hampers as you take in the views. The Deer Park is open 10am – 4pm and you can pre-order a picnic box when you book […]READ MORE