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.
Start the New Year with a relaxed stroll in the beautiful Deer Park at Raby Castle and help us raise money for our chosen charity of 2021, the Institute for Cancer Research. Dogs on leads are welcome in the Deer Park and our Stables Café will be open, serving takeaway food and drink to enjoy […]READ MORE
We are busy planning our February Half Term activities at Raby Castle and look forward to welcoming you to explore our beautiful open spaces and catch the first signs of spring. Keep an eye out for more news over the coming weeks. To be the first to hear about our February Half Term and Spring […]READ MORE
Younger visitors to Raby can discover hidden treasures as they explore the Deer Park with our FREE Scavenger Hunt. Pick up a sheet when you arrive and see how many colours, shapes, sounds and objects you can spot during your visit from a list of 20 items. The Scavenger Hunt is included in the price […]READ MORE