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Dutch House Activities

Dutch House Activities

Dutch House Cafe

Dutch House Cafe and Arts Centre


Dutch House,Mill Green Farm,Crayke,York, YO61 4TT map
Tel: 01347 889431
www: external link


Dutch house is a new attraction, located at Mill Green Farm on the Brandsby Road.

Enjoy nature and art in our ecological sculpture garden and learn more about sustainable gardening and attracting wildlife to your own garden. The garden contains a collection of native trees and shrubs, a wild flower meadow, herbacious/herb borders, a kids nature zone and a changing display of sculptures. The garden has recently been landscaped and its development is ongoing.

In our light and inspiring art studio we offer a variety of workshops, courses and lectures, all related to art and nature. It is also an ideal space for creative and adventurous kids activities during school Holidays or for childrens parties.

In our cosy cafe we serve a fine selection of teas, coffees, light lunches, home-made cakes and Dutch specialities. A fantastic sunny courtyard offers relaxing outside seating. In the arts & crafts shop (inside our cafe) you can browse and buy unique art and gifts from local artists.

We are open all year round. Tuesday-Sunday 10am to 5pm (including Bank Holiday Mondays).

We have set up a centre for art, design & nature, a place to stimulate your senses, to make people aware of all the artistic beauty that nature has to offer and of the influence nature has on art.


All Year


Free - see website for Cafe details


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