The perfect backdrop to your day out

Managed by North Lincolnshire Council, Normanby Hall Country Park is a beautiful 300 acre estate set in the heart of North Lincolnshire. Open to the public every day of the year, the park offers the perfect backdrop to your day out. With impressive gardens, wildlife, a full schedule of events, walks and trails through the woodland, and a gift shop and café there is plenty to keep you entertained all year round. During the summer months (April to September) the Hall and Farming Museum are open from 1pm to 5pm daily. The children's Splashpad also operates daily throughout the summer months.

2017 Normanby Hall Country Park leaflet 2017 Normanby Hall Country Park leaflet graphic

The 2017 Normanby Hall Country Park leaflet provides all the information you need to make the most of your visit to […]

OVO Energy Tour of Britain comes to Normanby Hall OVO Energy Tour of Britain comes to Normanby Hall graphic

North Lincolnshire will host an entire stage of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain for the first time ever this […]

2017 Annual Pass 2017 Annual Pass graphic

Make the most of Normanby Hall Country Park and buy an annual pass – it allows you to visit as […]

Cancer Research UK’s Race For Life Cancer Research UK’s Race For Life graphic

Cancer Research UK’s Race For Life Scunthorpe, 5k Wednesday 7th June, 19:00pm, Normanby Hall Country Park Cancer Research UK’s Race […]

Caravan & Campsite Caravan & Campsite graphic

Take a short break at Normanby Hall Country Park and book one of the 15 pitches on the newly extended […]

Normanby Book Club Normanby Book Club graphic

The next meeting of the Normanby Book Club will be on Wednesday 26th April at 1pm in the Stableyard Café. Each month […]

Normanby Hall Country Park
Normanby,
North Lincolnshire,
DN15 9HU

T: 01724 720588
E: normanby.hall@northlincs.gov.uk

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