Beningbrough Hall, North Yorkshire

Ike was fortunate enough to visit Beningbrough Hall in North Yorkshire, with his good friend Sara earlier this year. The Hall is a National Trust property and home to 100 paintings from the National Portrait Gallery. You can read more about the property here.

On the day Ike visited he was enthralled by the exhibition of work by artist Gerard Hobson, which can be seen in many of the photographs below.

It’s very appropriate that this final image is of Ike considering this lovely colouring book, and Geography Cat followers will soon find out why.

One Reply to “Beningbrough Hall, North Yorkshire”

  1. Old buildings that have undergone restoration and house art exhibitions are my favourite places to visit. Manicured grounds and the quaint town of York look very inviting. Loved the giant teapot exhibit!

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