The Summer season at Normanby Hall Country Park lasts from 2 March to 3 November 2019, with lots of fun, family friendly activities to enjoy.
The Park is open daily from 9am. The opening hours for the facilities are listed below. Please note that these are provided as a guide, it is always worth checking this website for the latest information.
A single admission is charged per person and includes entry to the Park and Grounds, Hall and Farming Museum (during the summer period). The cost of admission is:
Throughout the winter season, there is just a car park charge of £3 to pay.
Annual Memberships offer a cost effective way of enjoying the Park all year round. The membership is valid for a 12 month period from the date of purchase and gives year round access to the Park and Grounds, complimentary car parking and access to the Hall and Farming Museum throughout the summer months. You can buy them online , at the Normanby Gift Shop or at any North Lincolnshire Council Leisure Centre.
There are different types of membership as follows:
A Premier Pass gives you the same great benefits as the standard, but in addition you will also receive discounts on special events, priority booking, money off vouchers and more.
A gentle reminder for our annual membership holders, for ease of access to the park, please remember you do need to bring both the plastic membership pass and the car parking pass when you visit.
North Lincolnshire residents in receipt of certain benefits, with proof, may be entitled to a concession on the daily admission rates. Please contact the Gift Shop to check if you are eligible
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) can apply to have their carer added to their pass at no charge. This pass is valid for a 12 month period and allows the carer free entry when accompanying the pass holder. The carer and annual pass holder must arrive in the same car.
Download the site map here NHCP map
We welcome dogs at the park, but please ensure your dogs are kept on a lead at all times. This is due to other wildlife and respect for our other visitors. Thank you for your cooperation.