Newby Hall is an attractive property that dates from the 17C and 18C. It is renowned for its interiors by the architect Robert Adam (1728-92). Interesting features include the Gobelins tapestry room, the gallery of classical sculpture, the Chippendale furniture, and a collection of chamber pots. To the south of the house are beautiful sloping gardens. The main axis is a broad grass promenade. For children, a little train leads to the adventure gardens from Lime Avenue.