Normanby Hall Country Park is open all year round from 9am until dusk. Please see below for the gate locking times for the park.
|Park opening hours||Time gates are locked|
|May, June, July, August||9pm|
The Hall and the Farming Museum are open daily throughout the summer season (1 April to 29th September) from 1pm until 5pm. The last admission to both these buildings is 4.30pm.
The Walled Garden is open daily from 10.30am. Last admission to the Walled Garden is 4.30pm in summer and 3.30pm in winter.
The Stableyard Café is open from 10.30am to 5pm during the summer season and closes earlier during the winter.
The Gift Shop is open from 10.30am and closes at 5pm during the summer season and 4pm during the winter season.
Throughout the summer season the park charges a single admission price. This charge includes car parking and entry to the Park, the Hall, the Walled Garden, the Farming Museum and the Costume Gallery. The cost of admission is:
Admission is free for children under the age of five.
Throughout the winter season, there is just a car park charge of £3 to pay.
For those visiting the park more than once throughout the year, it is more cost effective to buy an annual pass. Valid from the date of purchase until 31 March 2017 they allow unlimited entry to the park all year round and the Hall and Farming Museum throughout the summer season. Annual passes are priced at £29 for a family pass, £23 for a pass for two, £16 for a pass for one. Annual passes can be purchased from the Normanby Gift Shop or online using the link above.
Visitors with disabilities who purchase an annual pass and who have a valid Disability Travel Pass with the carer’s symbol on it (or other local authority equivalent) are entitled to a free of charge annual pass that can be used by their carer. The free pass will be made out in the name of the visitor with the disability so that it can be used by any carer accompanying them to the Park. Please note that being a blue badge holder does not entitle you to a carer’s pass.
You can download the 2017 leaflet here Normanby programme 2017