Normanby Hall is open daily from 10am to 4pm between 4 March to 30 October. Our staff will be more than happy to show you around and discuss our exhibitions.

North Lincolnshire Museums are happy to deliver talks on a range of subjects including Normanby and the Sheffield family. Please contact the team on for more information.

North Lincolnshire Council’s Collections Team has many Curators talks available, the full list can be found here: Book a Curators Talk – North Lincolnshire Museum

Tea & Talks Programme 2022

Go behind the scenes and find out more about Normanby Hall Country Park in our programme of Tea and Talks events. Tickets will soon be able to be purchased on Lunch is provided. Please meet at the Hall for 11.30am.

The following tea and talks will soon be available to book via eventbrite.


Victorian Secrets with Madeline Gray, North Lincolnshire Museums Collections Assistant, Decorative Arts. 

Wednesday 25 May

Undress the past, layer by layer, to discover the burden of clothes for the Victorian lady. Costume from the collection can be seen close up, and is used to show the typical attire of the period. This talk looks at the role that clothing played in the Victorian era. Was any of it practical, or was it all a matter of status and attractiveness? Explore the role of a woman, her place in society, and how her clothes symbolised this.


That’s Not My Name with Tracy Satchwill, Artist in residence.

Wednesday 22 June

Normanby Hall’s Artist in Residence talks about her installation, That’s Not My Name, currently on display in the First Floor Gallery. That’s Not My Name reflects on the role, status and identity of female domestic servants. Satchwill drew inspiration from Normanby Hall’s objects, furniture and interior to develop the artwork.


Rebecca’s Sewing Journey with Rebecca Grimbleby

Wednesday 27 July

Listen to Rebecca’s journey from learning to sew to making it to the final of the Great British Sewing Bee Series 7.


Normanby Hall and the Sheffield Family with Rose Nicholson, North Lincolnshire Museums Heritage Manger

Wednesday 28 September

Explore the history and development of Normanby Hall and the history of the Sheffield family. Find out about some of the more interesting family characters and their links to wider society.

Park Workshops and Activities

Cultivation Techniques with Paul Beetham, Normanby Parks and Gardens Manager

Wednesday 15 June, Wednesday 6 July, Wednesday 14 September.

Join us on an introductory practical workshop on the  horticultural methods and redesign of the Walled Garden to successfully grow vegetables and flowers.  This will include looking at initial plot creation, basic theory, planting, harvesting, and composting.
Sensible footwear and outdoor clothing recommended.
Woodland Horticultural Walk with Martin Craven, R-Evolution Horticultural tutor
Friday 20 May, Friday 17 June, Friday 15 July, Friday 19 August.

Have a walk around the woodland looking at the trees and shrubs that have been around for years and see what new additions have been added to help keep the woodland look good.
Sensible footwear and outdoor clothing recommended.

Inside Hall
Introduction of the new 'No Dig' Methods within the Walled Garden at Normanby Hall Country Park