Nostell, National Trust

National Trust Nostell is a Georgian treasure house, with landscaped gardens, parkland and stables courtyard.


Nostell is one of the greatest treasure houses of the north of England, surrounded by 300 acres of parkland and gardens. Created as an ambitious statement by the Winn family between 1725 and 1785, generations added to the richness of the house, from Robert Adam interiors and a world-class collection of Thomas Chippendale furniture, to priceless paintings and antique curiosities.

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Beyond the house, there’s lots to discover. You can wander through the Kitchen Garden and marvel at the towering banana trees. Make the most of your day and explore acres of parkland, grab a bite in the Courtyard Café, or get your muscles moving in the Play Area.

Nostell also has a shop and a second-hand bookstore.


Entry and parking is free for National Trust members. For non-members there is a parking fee of £5, with additional admission charges for the house and gardens.

Please visit the National Trust website for admission fees


Doncaster Road, Nostell, Wakefield WF4 1QE

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