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Normanby Hall Country Park

Parks and Playgrounds, Stately Homes and Gardens, Indoor and Outdoor
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Location iconScunthorpe
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Attraction Information

There are over 300 acres of the Normanby Hall Country Park, which ranges from wildflower meadows to mature woodland with oodles of birds and butterflies, with an orienteering pack available from reception to help explore the nature trails.

Plus, there's the Deer Park where herds of red and fallow deer are allowed free access and are often content for you to be relatively close to them. Sometimes not though!

The Adventure Playground offers plenty of sturdy equipment as well as host of ducks and peacocks who tend to hang around the pond. The charming miniature railway runs most Sundays throughout the summer too.

The Victorian Walled Garden and Victorian era buildings scattered about are a great chance for a little secret schooling, a wonderful example of a traditional kitchen garden.

Free tours are available of Normanby Hall, where you can learn about life in the privileged household, plus the Farming Museum offers loads of fun recreations of vintage settings and several kids' quiz trails, as well as activity table and pedal tractors which come out every afternoon.

Opening hours

Park
Monday to Sunday 09:00 - dusk

The Hall & Farming Museum
26th March - 30th September
Monday to Sunday 10:30 - 16:30

The Walled Garden
Summer: Monday to Sunday 10:30 - 16:30
Winter: Monday to Sunday 10:30 - 15:30

Last Entry

30 minutes before attraction closes

Location

Address

Normanby,
Scunthorpe,
Lincolnshire,
DN15 9HU,
England

Phone number

01724 720588

Pricing

General Admission
Adults: £7.00
Kids: £4.00
Seniors (60+): £6.00
Under 5's: Free

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Clothing

Wear long sleeved tops, trousers tucked into socks and closed shoes, not sandals.

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