Normanby Park Farming Museum

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Where else can you find a needle in a haystack, man traps and laying out boards for the dead? These are just a few of the unusual, not to mention downright bizarre items you can see in the Farming Museum at Normanby Hall.

The Farming Museum is a fascinating microcosm of North Lincolnshire's rural past. Large scale agricultural machinery like binders and reapers are on display here. But you'll also find smaller items like fiddle drills and carding machines for horse hair.

You can discover how people lived in the re-creation of a farm worker's kitchen, and see among many other displays, a wheelwright and coffin maker's workshop, a blacksmiths and a saddlers.

Our knowledgeable and friendly staff are always on hand to give additional information and guided tours.

The Farming Museum is fully accessible to all visitors.

Venue Type:


Opening hours

Daily 13.00-16.30
Garden 11.00-16.30

Admission charges

Adult £5.60
Child £2.80
Over 60 £5.10

Collection details

Social History, Land Transport

Normanby Park Farming Museum
Normanby Hall Country Park
DN15 9HU




01724 720588


01724 721248

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