This picturesque Regency mansion of Normanby Hall is situated in the heart of North Lincolnshire. Explore 300 acres of land including beautiful ancient woodland, walled gardens and children’s outdoor play areas including a Go Ape.
Inside Normanby Hall
Venture inside Normanby Hall and explore elegantly decorated rooms furnished in the late Regency style. Gain fascinating insight into the history of the Hall and Sheffield family.
Family Fun at Normanby
There is so much for the whole family to enjoy at Normanby. Discover Activity Trails, explore the park and learn all about nature. Enjoy the on site Farming Museum, board the Normanby Land Train and much more.
Normanby Hall Golf Course
Adjoining Normanby Hall Country Park, the Golf Course is set in 117 stunning acres of mature woodland and parkland. The beautiful 18 hole, par 72 course is considered one of the best municipal courses in the country, providing challenging play for members, green fee players and societies alike.
Elegant Regency mansion set in an idyllic 300 acre estate
A perfect family-friendly day out in a scenic setting. The estate is open to the general public every day of the year,noffering something for everyone with 300 acres of land to explore, elegant Regency hall, the region’s first Go Ape, a gift shop, Farming Museum and Stableyard Café.
Normanby Hall was designed by Robert Smirke and completed in 1825. The property is owned by the Sheffield family, former dukes of Buckingham and original owners of Buckingham Palace.
Explore the Gardens
Enjoy a relaxing stroll around the beautiful gardens and grounds at Normanby. Explore the various gardens including the Victorian Walled Garden, Secret Garden and Sunken Garden.
Tours & Talks
Attend tours and trails led by knowledgeable members of staff at Normanby. Enjoy talks on a variety of topics including the hall, gardens, architecture, social history, folklore, fashion and more.
entry & prices
Free entry to under 5s.
Throughout the winter season, there is just a car park charge of £5 to pay. (1st November – 3rd March)