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We have begun a phased reopening of Normanby Hall Country Park.

Update: 3 July 2020

If you visited the grounds in June, thank you for following the social distancing measures and we hope you enjoyed a safe and pleasant experience.

In line with our phased opening, we are now in a position to reopen more facilities at the park, with additional safety measures in place.

 

  • The Hall and Rural Life Museum will reopen daily from Saturday 4 July, from 11am to 3pm. In the Hall visitors will find a wonderful exhibition, new for 2020. It’s called ‘The International Country House’ and explores the global influences on the Hall through some really stunning contemporary artworks. Not many people managed to experience this before the temporary closure so we hope you will take the opportunity to see this (and take your picture next to the sphinx sofa!)
  • The Stableyard Café is open every day and will offer a takeout service, with a reduced menu, from 11am to 2pm.
  • To protect our visitors and staff, a variety of social distancing measures have been introduced, including one way systems and hand sanitising stations. Please follow the signage on display.
  • The playground will remain closed for the time being. As visitors can appreciate, this is one of the most popular areas of the park and we are exploring various ways we can reopen this safely, while protecting some of our youngest visitors. Thank you for your continued patience.
  • The campsite, gift shop and splash pad are closed.

 

The park is still open to members only, with a 200 car limit in place. Membership records will be used as part of the government track and trace requirements.

Who is the park open to?

The park is currently open to members only. This is to ensure we can keep our visitors and team safe.

What facilities are open?

  • The grounds and public toilets are open from 9am to 4.30pm
  • The Hall and Rural Life Museum will reopen daily from Saturday 4 July, from 11am to 3pm
  • The Stableyard Café is open every day and will offer a takeout service, with a reduced menu, from 11am to 2pm.
  • The playground will remain closed for the time being. The campsite, gift shop and splash pad are also closed.

I’m planning a visit, is there anything else I should know?

Yes! To help keep visitors and staff safe we are limiting access to 200 cars at this time. If this capacity is reached then unfortunately further visitors will not be allowed access and will be asked to return at another time. If you would like to check whether there is space before you make a journey you can call us on 01724 720588.

When you arrive at the park you will be asked to read out your membership number to our staff member in the ticket booth where they can verify you are a member.

When inside the grounds, please follow the signage, adhere to the social distancing measures  and one way systems are in place.

What has happened to my membership?

Customers who had an active membership on 23 March (the date we closed temporarily) have had 70 days added on to make up for the lost time.  Memberships which expired 23 March to 31 May have had 70 days added from 1 June 2020 (date the park opened).

I’d like to buy or renew my membership, can I do this?

Yes – you will be able to buy or renew your membership online. Due to ensuring the safety of visitors and our team, memberships are currently only available to be purchased online.  You must of received your membership card before visiting the park to reduce contact between yourself and our team. The gift shop is currently closed.

I have lost my membership card, can I get a new one?

Replacement cards can be issued costing £5 + £1 postage. You will be issued with a new membership number and your lost card will be cancelled.  For a replacement card contact our team on 01724 720588.

I have a Max Card. Can I still visit?

Yes – the park is open to Max Card holders. The card the child belongs to must be present.

How can I keep up to date with news from the park?

You can follow the updates on this page, sign up to our ‘Normanby News’ e-newsletter, or visit our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. If you use Instagram, don’t forget to use the hashtag #normanbyhall – we love to see your adventures at the park.

Thank you for helping us to reopen safely. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

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