Castle Howard, Historic House North Yorkshire
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House Gift Shop

If this is your first visit to Castle Howard or if you enjoy our gardens or playground every week, don’t forget to call at the House Gift Shop.


Exclusive ranges not available in our other shops, with something for everyone from jewellery to men’s gifts, tapestries to fine English glassware.

Explore our exclusive Castle Howard Range and find that ideal gift or memento. Our ranges reflect the house and its collections, making it easy to find the perfect gift.

Check our New Gifts for the latest arrivals and seasonal inspiration.

Located in the old school rooms next to the Fitzroy Restaurant.

The House Gift Shop is accessible from the gardens and is open daily from 10am to 5.30pm when the house is open and on weekends from January to March.


Supplier Spotlight - Hines of Oxford

Hines of OxfordHines of Oxford have been working with textiles for four generations, and now supply stunning tapestry fabrics, tapestries, cushions, footstools and accessories. Hanging tapestry in your home not only brings interior beauty, warmth and ambiance but also a sense of history, and the ranges you can find in our House Gift Shop feature stunning pieces from the work of Morris and Co.

During the 18th century, the decor of Castle Howard was modernised by the 9th Earl and Countess of Carlisle, with brightly coloured wallpaper prints by their friend William Morris. Today only one example survives in the House Gift Shop, formerly the Daisy School Room, were the Daisy print wallpaper can be seen. Read more about Morris and his connection to Castle Howard in our Blog. Our recent Free Members Talk : The Pre Raphaelites and Castle Howard, gave a behind the scenes glimpse into how pre-Raphaelite designs were used throughout the house and gave our Members access to the archive collection with its wealth of paintings, textiles, wallpapers and personal correspondence between the friends.

In the Long Gallery in the house you can see four large tapestries by the Flemmish artist , John Vanderbank ,made in Soho in London in 1800’s, each depicts one of the four seasons. William Morris himself considered tapestry “the noblest of the weaving arts” and the exquisite examples available in the House Gift Shop would look perfect on any sofa or wall.
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