Normanby Hall is a breathtaking 300-acre estate in North Lincolnshire's heart. Constructed between 1825 and 1830 by Robert Smirke for Sir Robert Sheffield (1786–1862), the hall holds a rich history as the Sheffield family's residence since 1539. The family boasts prestigious titles, including Dukes of Buckingham, Normanby, and Sheffield baronets. This esteemed estate serves as a focal point for weddings and tourism in the region, offering an ideal setting for a memorable day out. Newly introduced playground areas ensure entertainment for children, and The Hall presents enticing membership packages and a diverse event program. During summer, visitors can explore the Hall and the Farming Museum, both adorned with award-winning parks, vibrant plants, and engaging events. Refreshments are available to enhance your experience. Normanby Hall is the perfect destination for a leisurely day in a splendid setting.
• Free Admission For Children Under 5
• Duck Ponds
• Architectural Structure.
Adult Concession £7 Children (5 to 16 years) £5