The Grounds at Rydal Hall

Rydal Hall is set in over thirty acres of garden, woodland and natural beauty in the Lake District. And scattered around the grounds are various sculptures and other points of interest - making it fascinating to explore!

Rydal Hall and the Arts

Rydal Hall works to enhance and protect its beautiful environment and has always welcomed creative partnerships. Our stunning setting and grounds have a history of inspiring creative people and we continue to value that interaction.

As well as an annual residential arts programme which ranges from icon painting to photography we enjoy acting as hosts for a number of self-organised groups from orchestras and singing schools to spinners, weavers and dyers.  Do contact our office if you are interested in any of the above.

The Old Schoolhouse Tearoom is the venue for a variety of exhibitions and artists associated with those are often to be found on site demonstrating their skills.

Sculptures in different materials can be found throughout the estate and we invite you to explore, enjoy and respect them.

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The Grot and the Waterfall