Seaton Delaval Hall - National Trust

Exterior view of Seaton Delaval Hall, Northumberland

The romantic and partly-ruined, Seaton Delaval Hall was built between 1718 and 1731 by Sir John Vanbrugh, architect of Blenheim Palace and Castle Howard, and is one of the most important historic houses in Britain. The Hall, its gardens and grounds in south Northumberland, near the coastal town of Blyth, was acquired by the National Trust in December 2009 after a tremendous fundraising effort by the local community.
We hold regular arts, heritage and community events as well as children's craft and outdoor activities. Please visit our website for a full list of our events.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

Please check the National Trust website before visiting.

Admission charges

Including Gift Aid:
Adults £5/ Children £2.50

Not including Gift Aid
Adults £4.50/ Children £2.25

Free for National Trust Members unless otherwise specified.


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Additional info

Parts of the estate, including the Main Hall are not accessible for wheelchair users. Please call venue for more details.

Collection details

Architecture, Social History

Seaton Delaval Hall - National Trust
The Avenue Seaton Sluice
Whitley Bay
NE26 4QR

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0191 2379100

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