Normanby Hall Country Park

Normanby Hall Country Park
Address:
Normanby,
North Lincolnshire
DN15 9HU

Opening Times:
Normanby Hall Country Park is open all year round from 9am until dusk.

The Hall and the Farming Museum are open daily throughout the summer season (30 March to 27 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.



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Description:

Normanby Hall Country Park is a beautiful 300 acre estate of parklands, gardens and woodland. The café, playground, Victorian walled garden and gift shop are open all year around. The Regency Hall and Farming Museum are open during the summer months. There is a changing places toilet facility. The events programme caters for all ages including families, under 5s and adults. The accessible woodland paths can be used by wheelchairs and pushchairs. 


The Museum Service was awarded the Communication and Interaction Charter Mark.



Contact Details:
Tel: 01724 720588
Email: normanby.hall@northlincs.gov.uk


Learning Programmes:
• Hands-on and engaging workshops across five different venues in North Lincolnshire including North Lincolnshire Museum, Normanby Hall Country Park, Baysgarth House Museum, Brigg Heritage Centre and Waters’ Edge Country Park
• Outreach workshops and themed experiences at your school.
• Loans service with themed boxes to complement your workshops.
• Learning experiences tailored to the needs of your school pupils.
• Workshops evaluated by teachers and school pupils to ensure we provide a consistent high service.
• We have been awarded the Sandford Award for Heritage Education.
• We have a Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge, which assures teachers that we offer quality learning experiences and manage risk effectively.
• We have received the North Lincolnshire Communication and Interaction Charter Mark.
• Shortlisted for Shine a Light award which showcases excellent practice around support children and young people’s communication development.
See website (link above) for full details of the learning programme.


Specialisms:
Outdoor workshops for Foundation to Key Stage 2 including Bug Hunting, Pond Dipping, Woodland Detectives, Seasonal Changes, Science in the Garden.
Literacy workshops including Storytelling in the Woodland and Mrs Tiggy-Winkle’s Washday.
Victorian and local history workshops including Domestic Staff, Washday Blues, History Detectives and Living on the Land


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