Sutton Park Stately Home

Sutton Park Stately Home

The Yorkshire Home of Sir Reginald and Lady Sheffield

Sutton Park is a charming and lived-in house, built of mellow brick in 1730 by Thomas Atkinson. The House features fabulous eighteenth century furniture, paintings mainly from Buckingham House, now Buckingham Palace, and an important set of porcelain. Spectacular plaster works by Cortese.

The victor in 1999 Yorkshire in Bloom our gardens bring visitors from both home and abroad. Herbaceous and rose edges are full of rare and exotic plants. Walled pond garden, Herb garden, Edwardian Fernery. A haven of peace & tranquility. Georgian Icehouse, Woodland walks. Venture Playground & Nature Trail.

Sutton Park
Stately Home & Gardens,

Sutton-on-the-Forest, York,
North Yorkshire, YO1 1DP

Tel: 01347 810249
Fax: 01347 811251

The House is available to the public from 1st June through to 28th June 2016, and the subsequently added dates:

30th May – Bank Holiday Monday
29th August – Summer Bank Holiday Monday
8th & 9th September (Heritage Days). Guided tours at 1.30pm & 2.45pm.

The Gardens are available 1 May to 28th June 2016 inclusive, and on the following added dates:

30th May – Bank Holiday Monday
29th August – Summer Bank Holiday Monday
8th & 9th September (Heritage Days).

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