Castle Howard, Historic House North Yorkshire
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Castle Howard is well known as one of the finest historic houses in England. The landscape in which it sits is equally worth exploring, with the approach to Castle Howard being as impressive as the arrival.

Forestry thinning operations are currently underway in some of our woodlands, please follow signage along estate footpaths and bridleways.

Location Filming
Castle Howard the ideal location for your television programme, film, drama or photo shoot
The Lime Avenue
Restoring our grand approach to secure it for the enjoyment of generations of visitors to come.
Property to Let
Homes & offices to let on the Castle Howard estate, in the heart of the Yorkshire countryside.
The Castle Howard Estate, which features over 200 listed buildings and monuments, is situated within the Howardian Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 15 miles north-east of York. The estate is approximately 8,800 acres (3,561 ha), comprising 6,100 acres of farmland, 2,100 of acres woodland and 600 acres of parkland.

Over the last five decades millions of pounds have been committed to the conservation and essential repairs of Castle Howard's landscape, buildings and monuments. Income generated through tourism and estate businesses is supplemented where possible by grants from organisations such as English Heritage and Natural England.

It is possible on occasion to hire Castle Howard for private events. Please contact the Chairman’s Office for details. 01653 648662.
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