We are delighted that the gardens, grove, Chapel, woodland walk and children’s playzone at Arley Hall will are open daily (except for Christmas Day) from 10am – 4pm (last entry 3.30pm). The Hall, will be open on selected dates each month, please visit our What’s On page for details. The wearing of masks is at the discretion of our visitors.

Here is some additional useful information if you are planning to visit soon.

When are we open?

The gardens are open to visitors every day (except for Christmas Day) from 10am until 4pm with last entry at 3.30pm.

The Hall will be open on selected weekends throughout the year, please visit our What’s On page for details.

Do we need to book?

There is no need to book.  Our visitor numbers in relation to the size of our gardens means that we can safely welcome everyone in without the need to book a ticket or a car parking space.  Just turn up.

What is open?

The formal gardens are open as is the Grove, Woodland Walk and children’s play zone, Chapel and Vinery.  The toilet facilities are open and are being regularly checked and cleaned and our Gardeners Kitchen café is open daily 10am – 4pm. (please note the café and toilet facilities are only available to visitors who have paid to visit the gardens.  We cannot allow access just for a cafe / toilet visit).

How much is it to visit?

The price to visit in Low Season (November – February) is £6 for Adults, £3 for Children (4-16 years) and £15 for a family ticket (up to 2 Adults and 3 Children).   Car parking is £2 per car. Season Ticket holder’s and valid blue badge holders receive free parking.

PLEASE NOTE: Hall entry is only available as an upgrade after paid garden entry.

Are dogs allowed?

Yes, dogs on leads are very welcome at Arley and are allowed in all areas of the grounds, the gift shop and the Gardeners Kitchen. 

Can I bring my own food?

Yes, you are welcome to bring your own picnic and we have a designated picnic area near the Grove. We do ask that you do not picnic in our formal gardens and please always remember to take your rubbish home with you.

What measures are in place to keep us safe?

We have touch hand sanitiser units for your use in the shop, in the café entrance, outside the toilets and at the Playzone entry point.  We recommend card payment where possible and clean down all high touch areas regularly. 

When will the Hall re-open?

The Hall will be open on various weekends throughout the year, please visit our What’s On Page for details.

Can I buy / renew my Annual Pass?

Yes, you can do this in the shop on arrival.  Season tickets are £40 for a single ticket, £70 for joint and £85 for a family.  They are valid for 12 months and also entitle the member to 10% discount in the shop, Gardeners Kitchen Cafe and Nursery.  Car parking is also free.

Can I just come for coffee or to use the toilets?

Unfortunately, we do not allow entry to visitors who just wish to visit the Gardeners Kitchen or use the toilet facilities without paying to visit the gardens. 

Do I have to pay for Car Parking?

Yes, we charge £2 to park on our car park and ask that you pay this at the Shop. Season ticket holders and valid blue badge holders are excluded from parking charges.

Do you offer concessions?

Children up to the age of 4 are free and carers also receive free entry to the gardens. We have manual and motorised wheelchairs available for hire and they can be booked via our shop on 01565 777 353 – please note that pre-booking is advised.


Arley is a lovely route to cycle but please note that this is a private estate and if you choose to cycle anywhere other than the footpaths and bridle paths please respect that you are on private land and as such will be asked to follow our guidelines. If you decide to take a breather and enjoy our surroundings, please use the bike racks by the shop entrance before paying for entry via the shop. 

The Arley estate is open every day from 10am until 4pm, outside of these hours (unless you are on the public access paths / bridleways) you are not permitted anywhere on the estate. Please respect that this is private land and outside of visitor opening hours you are not permitted onto the estate.

Thanks for visiting