Normanby Hall Country Park
Set in the heart of undiscovered North Lincolnshire, the 300 acres of Normanby Hall Country Park provides the perfect day out for all the family.
Return to the elegance of a more leisurely era in the beautiful Regency Hall and learn about Lincolnshire's rich rural heritage in the fascinating Farm Museum. Step back in time in the award winning Victorian Walled Garden and stroll through the beautiful Pleasure Grounds with their stunning herbaceous borders.
Enjoy the extensive woodland with its wealth of wildlife, or walk through the Deer Park with its herds of Red and Fallow Deer.
There are self-guided nature trails which allow visitors to enjoy the park throughout its constantly changing seasons. Younger children will enjoy watching the ducks and peacocks or playing in the adventure playground. On most Sundays throughout the open season, 1 April until 30 September 2007, they can ride on the newly extended miniature railway, or take part in a free Crafty Kids workshop in the Farm Museum. There are also special children's events throughout the year.
Historic house or home
Grounds open all year 9.00am til dusk
Walled Garden open 10.30am to 3.30pm (winter) 4.30pm (Summer)
Hall and Farming Museum open between 31st March and 30th September 1pm - 5.00pm (last admission 4.30pm)
Pay and display: £3.00 or display Season Ticket
Summer season - March 31st to 30th September:
Over 60s £4.20
Season Ticket £18.00
Group discounts available by prior arrangement
Social History, Costume, Farming and Agriculture, Local Crafts
Agriculture, Architecture, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Industry, Land Transport, Social History