Seaton Delaval Hall is one of National Trust's North East properties. A great house set in its own estate with lovely gardens and a fine collection, Seaton Delaval Hall is a great day out and so much more than a beautiful house.
It is a signpost pointing to the diverse history of a family which acquired land here in the late 11th century. The house occupies the site of a Norman settlement, and its original Norman chapel remains in use today.
Built between 1719 and 1730 for Admiral George Delaval, it is not only the finest house in the north east of England, but also among the finest works of its architect, Sir John Vanbrugh, one of the masters of English Baroque.
For 900 years, the estate has been a stage for drama, intrigue and romance while the surrounding landscape has fuelled industrial revolution. The house has survived terrible fires, military occupation and potential ruin. Now it provides an amazing space for arts, heritage and the community to come together.
Opening times are seasonal. For more information please check: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/seaton-delaval-hall/opening-times
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult||£7.20 per ticket type|
|Child||£3.60 per ticket type|
|Family||£17.50 per ticket type|
|Group Adult (Minimum group size 15)||£6.10 per ticket type|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
- Guide Dogs Permitted
- Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
- Ramp / Level Access
- Toilets for Disabled Visitors
- On-Site café/restaurant
- Picnic Site
Parking & Transport
- On site parking
Tours and Demonstrations
- Educational Visits Accepted
Map & Directions
Nearest major road is A19. From the A19 take the B1322 to Seghill then the A190 to Seaton Delaval.
Public Transport Directions
Nearest station is Newcastle Central Station.Bus: X4 stopping at Seaton Delaval