Open daily* all year round 9am to 5pm/dusk (whichever is sooner) – entry gate closed one hour before closing time.


Open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays 12noon to 4pm. The house will be available for you to meander around at your leisure. Tours will be available for groups of 10 or more by pre-booking, please call us if you’d like to arrange a tour (01623 455900).

The house is available for special events, please get in touch to discuss your celebration.


Open daily:

  • 14 February to 2 November: 10am to 5pm
  • 3 November 2015 to 13 February 2016: 10am to 4pm


Open daily:

  • 14 February to 2 November: 12noon to 5pm
  • 3 November 2015 to 13 February 2016: 12noon to 4pm

Closures due to snow are possible, please contact us in the event of inclement weather.

Last paid admittance into the Abbey grounds is one hour before closing time, and last entrance to the shops, café is 30mins before closing time and last entry into the house is 1hour before closing time.

*except the last Friday in November.

Admission prices

The charge for visitors is just £6 per vehicle. This includes entry to the grounds and gardens at Newstead Abbey and covers all passengers within the car.

Monday 3rd November – Friday 13th February 2015, FREE WEEKDAY PARKING
Excludes school holidays, weekends and special events.

Entry to the House is available on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, 12noon – 4pm for an additional £5 per person and £4 for children (14 and under).

Visitors entering the park and gardens on foot or by bicycle are charged £1 per person.

Gardens only visitors can still access the Cafe at the Abbey.

Season tickets

Season tickets make an ideal present for regular visitors. Our season tickets are valid for 12 months from date of purchase and give unlimited admissions to the grounds and gardens all year round.*

Season tickets can be purchased from the main park entrance gate or in our house shop (see opening times above).

Season ticket price per car – £35.00

*There may be additional charges for special events held within the grounds

Shop and eat

Cafe at the Abbey is a stylish contemporary cafe located in the southwest wing of Newstead Abbey. The cafe serves a range of refreshments including home made soups, sandwiches and a range of hot and cold seasonal specials. Vegetarian options are always available and features a central courtyard area that is perfect for enjoying alfresco dining in the warmer weather.

The Newstead Abbey Shop is located just inside the entrance to Newstead Abbey House, and offers a wide selection of products and gifts for both children and adults. These include postcards, books, traditional sweets and crafts.

For opening times to the cafe and shop see the section above.

Information for visitors with disabilities

Due to the historic nature of Newstead Abbey there is no lift access to the upper floor of the House and access to the ground floor is limited. Wheelchair users and their accompanying carers are therefore entitled to tickets priced at the concessionary rate. Some external paths and walkways have deep gravel surfaces which may make wheelchair manoeuvres difficult.

The cafe is accessible for wheelchair users.

Facilities for users with disabilities include:

  • A wheelchair loan service
  • A disabled toilet
  • Disabled parking, including parking for wheelchair users on the south side of the House, along the drive past the cafe at the Abbey (Please contact the Grounds Patrol Office to gain access to the museum).
  • An audio guide for visitors with visual impairments
  • Seating throughout the House and Gardens.

For more information about access at Newstead Abbey please call 01623 455 900

Information for visitors with children

Baby changing facilities are available in the courtyard toilets near the cafe.

Visitors using pushchairs should note that due to the historic nature of Newstead Abbey there is no lift access to the upper floor of the House, and the ground floor also contains several small steps/flights of stairs.

Information for visitors with dogs

Dogs may be walked in the Grounds, but should be kept on a lead at all times.

Visit the Experience Nottinghamshire website for information on family days out and weekend breaks in Nottingham.

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