Opening Times & Ticket Prices
17 April - 6 October 2016
Open Sundays to Thursdays
(Closed on Fridays and Saturdays during the Season, except for Special Events)
The Gardens
10.00am - 5.00pm
The House
Open 12 noon - 4.30pm
(Last admission 4.00 pm)
2015 House & Gardens:
Adult £12.50
Child (aged 5-16) £5.00
Family £30.00 (2 Adults + 3 Children)
2015 Gardens Only:
Adult £9.00
Child (aged 5-16) £3.00
Family £21.00 (2 Adults + 3 Children)
Free admission to the Gift Shop and Bellingham Buttery.

The captivating Elizabethan charm of Levens Hall has for over 500 years intrigued and fascinated countless generations of visitors. In continual family ownership since 1590 the house, the garden and the park have been painstakingly conserved in order to provide an indelible set of historical footprints for you to discover and enjoy.

Use your time here to explore how this house has gradually evolved from a fortress into a comfortable family home and how each owner has left their mark on the architectural fabric of the building and its contents. Whether it’s our ornate Italian plaster ceilings, the collection of paintings and historical artefacts or perhaps just hearing about our royal connections, you will find plenty to enjoy during your time here.

The first dwelling at Levens was a medieval pele tower, built by the de Redman family of Yealand Redmayne.
Despite its warm and welcoming atmosphere, Levens Hall is a house with centuries of history, stories, tales and accompanying ghosts
Levens offers a fantastic place for children to explore, with enough activities to satisfy even the most energetic young person.
There is always something happening at Levens Hall, with a selection of daily activities to entertain the whole family.
Levens Hall & Gardens Visitor Leaflet
Download our leaflet to find out about all the exciting things happening in 2015!
Did you know?
Some of the trees and bushes are three hundred years old and the layout of this garden has changed little since their planting and initial training in the 1690s.
Levens Hall is now part of the new HHA Ghostly and Gruesome Trail.
We are delighted to announce Rowan Barnes-Murphy as our Artist in Residence for the 2015 season.