How to Find Us
No access to Arboretum from Firby Road (past Bedale Leisure Centre), use satnav postcode DL8 2PS.
From Bedale: follow signposts towards Masham (B6268), ignore signs for Thorp Perrow along Firby Road (also signposted Leisure Centre), and continue for approx 1 mile. Turn left following signs for Snape and the entrance to the Arboretum is approx 1/4 mile on the left.
Opening Times & Prices
Open 10am to 5pm every day. Flying displays at 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm
To download a map of the Arboretum, please click here
Admission prices include both the Arboretum and Bird of Prey & Mammal Centre
|Family (2 + 2)||£28.40|
|Family (2 + 3)||£34.20|
* Retired 60+, Disabled, Students, Forces, NHS.
Essential carers and children under 4 years are admitted free of charge.
If you’ve had a great day and would like to upgrade your day ticket to a great-value Season Ticket, please speak to a member of staff before you leave.
Dogs at Thorp Perrow
Thorp Perrow welcomes dogs, providing they are kept on a lead at all times.
Dogs are not permitted inside the Tearoom (but can join you in the outdoor seating areas), the children’s play area, or the Bird of Prey and Mammal Centre. Please use the areas provided to secure your furry friend while you visit these facilities.
Affiliate Discount Cards
Thorp Perrow accepts a range of affiliate member cards. Please see here for terms and conditions.
Please note: From January 2018 Thorp Perrow Arboretum will no longer be a RHS Partner Garden, therefore RHS Member cards will not be valid at any time. Cards marked with an asterix on the rear are still valid on non-event days through December as per handbook.
Enhance your visit
To get more from your visit to Thorp Perrow, why not collect one of our trail booklets or activity packs?
The popular ‘Tree Trail’ booklet guides you to the biggest, best and weirdest of our tree collection on two walks around the Arboretum or have a go at the family fun activities in our ‘Walk in the Woods’ pack – perfect to help the family reconnect and enjoy some time outdoors together.
These and many other trails, guides and booklets are available from the Tearoom alongside our catalogue (tree list) and a range of beautiful greetings cards and postcards.
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Photo credits – Moody Lake: www.sandracockaynephotography.co.uk, Watersteps: Marcus Harpur, Bog Garden: Megan Grimston