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Levens Hall

Built around a 13th century pele tower, Levens Hall and Gardens are to be found at the gateway to the Lake District National Park. Levens Hall is home to the world's oldest, and the largest, topiary gardens.

Where is Levens Hall located?

Levens Hall & Gardens is just five minutes from junction 36 of the M6.

What style of garden is Levens Hall?

These stunning gardens were first laid out by Guillaume Beaumont in the 1690s, and many original features are still in place today. Beaumont was gardener to King James II and Colonel James Grahme, and his talent and creativity are very much still in evidence.

What can guests enjoy at Levens Hall?

The hall itself is home to excellent collections of Jacobean furniture, Wellingtonia, paintings, wall coverings and early English patchwork. There's also a tea room, a gift shop and a play area.

Top facilities

Dog/Pet friendly

Parking Available

Disabled Access

Facilities & information


Child friendly

Dog/Pet friendly




Disabled Access

Guided Tours

Parking Available


Extra info

Garden Acreage: 9

Open Times: 7 April - 3 October 2019 Sun-Thu, House 1200-1600, Gardens, Tea Room, Gift Shop & Plant Centre 10:00-17:00. Levens Kitchen 18 March - 19 December 2019, 1000-1700, Sunday - Thursday

Price Details: Online ticket prices: House & Gardens: Adult £12.50, Child £5.00 Gardens only: Adult £9.30, Child £4.00.

Arrival information and directions

Address: Kendal, Cumbria, KendalLA8 0PD, United Kingdom

Situated on the A6. 5 miles south of Kendal. 5 miles from M6 Junction 36.

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