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Visitor Information

Welcome to the Sewerby Hall and Gardens website.

Set in fifty acres of stunning parkland, this historic country house and estate has a great deal to offer to visitors of all ages.

With breathtaking views of the East Yorkshire coast, the house and gardens have something for everyone whatever the season.

Visitor information

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Opening times

Take a look at the latest opening times for the house, estate, zoo and gardens.

Season Passes

Our annual passes give free admission to the estate including the house, zoo, gardens and events (excludes pre- booked events)

Group Visits

A visit is the perfect excursion for schools, groups, organisations, societies and coach parties and we are happy to liaise with tour operators, travel companies and social secretaries.


The house and the majority of the estate are disabled friendly. We have a limited amount of parking bays for blue badge holders.

Flamborough Lighthouse

In conjunction with Trinity House, we offer informative guided tours of the iconic Flamborough Head Lighthouse.


Our admission prices are excellent value for money all year round.

Sewerby Hall developments

Sewerby Hall has recently undergone development works to restore the interior of the stately home.

The Land Train

Come and meet our wonderful Land Trains and let them take you on a dramatic cliff top journey between Sewerby and Bridlington.

Local Accommodation

Looking for hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfast or self-catering, holiday cottages or caravan sites? You are guaranteed to find something to suit all tastes.

Useful downloads

If you are looking for a booking form, a map of the estate, zoo information or our current brochure, this is where you will find them.

Did you know?

Our holiday cottages are named Oak, Beech and Chestnut. Our respite cottage is named Cherry.

Amy Johnson opened the Hall to the public on 1 June in 1936.

During the war, the Orangery was a 22-bed ward for the RAF’s convalescent hospital. They suspended a ceiling and felted over the glass roof.