The Estate, and all facilities, is closed to help restrict the spread of coronavirus and will not re-open until further notice.
This decision has not been taken lightly. The situation is enormously complex and fast moving, and we believe that taking decisive action to help implement effective social distancing is in the best interests of all of our visitors, staff and local community and is part of the collective national effort to help contain the coronavirus.
Outdoor space and fresh air are imperative to everyone’s wellbeing. We do however ask people to observe all Government guidelines regarding social distancing and to avoid unnecessary travel.
All season ticket holders will be contacted directly. If you do not receive correspondence from us please contact the Estate Office.
We will be posting any updates as soon as we have them on our website and social media, so please look out for these.
Groups and Education
Bolton Abbey is pleased to welcome group and educational visits to the estate.
With miles of stunning countryside to explore, a 12th century Priory Church and Ruins to discover and gift shops, tearooms and cafes overlooking the river Wharfe, Bolton Abbey is the ideal destination for group visits.
Bolton Abbey is a place of activity and lifelong learning; it is a place for inspiration. From history and geography to conservation and tourism, a trip to Bolton Abbey makes a rewarding day of learning for pupils and teachers alike.