Open 4th April – 29 October 2023
April – June Tuesdays – Sundays & Bank Holidays
July – October Wednesdays – Sundays & Bank Holidays
Garden tickets to be booked online
We are a cashless onsite
Gift Tickets & Season Tickets are now available to buy – go to Book Now
Welcome to the Park, nestled in the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside, with 45 acres to explore we have plenty of space and fresh air for all to enjoy.
Enjoy hot and cold drinks, delicious lunches and afternoon tea with freshly prepared food and friendly service.Food & Drink
The Woodland Playground
The woodland playground provides entertainment for children of all ages, with climbing nets, monkey bars, a basket swing and spinning roundabout. Located next to the Garden Tearoom, it's a great spot for children to play while the grown-ups can enjoy some refreshments. Hand sanitisers are available for your use in this area. Please keep children supervised at all times.
Join our Team - Become a Volunteer Garden Ranger
Are you interested in a career in horticultural? Do you want to become a park ranger? Looking for a career change or a student experience?Whether retired and looking for a place to demonstrate a lifetime of exceptional skills, or just want to be part of something special, the Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park is waiting to hear from you. No experience is required as full training will be given.For further information please email the Garden Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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We welcome well-behaved dogs but, ask that they are kept on a lead at all times. Owners are expected to clean up after their dogs and ensure that they do not cause a nuisance to other visitors. For health & safety reasons we do not allow dogs in the Garden Tearoom, but there are plenty of outdoor tables for your use.
Peter and Caroline Roberts originally bought the property in 1996, as a privately owned 20 acre woodland garden, which has now been extended to 45 acres.Some of the grounds were coppiced Hazel woodland with an infestation of Japanese Knotweed, whilst other parts of the site were dense, dark woods of Sitka Spruce.Learn more
“We started the garden because the acid soil, abundance of springs and microclimate is ideal for growing Himalayan plants. The planting enhances our large, internationally recognised art collection and we add more features every year.”