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What is Sewerby Hall & Gardens?

 

 

 

Sewerby Hall & Gardens is set in fifty acres of parkland. There is more than enough to fill a day, we didn’t cover everything and will definitely be back (see review below).

House, Adventure Playground, Zoo, Café, Nine Hole Pitch and Putt, 18 Hole Putting Green, FootGolf, Orienteering and Outdoor Games Area.

See details below or visit our event’s calendar to find out about the family events at Sewerby throughout the year.

 

Where is it?

 

 

Church Lane, Sewerby, Bridlington, YO15 1EA. (One-mile north of Bridlington). Free parking available. The Land Train runs between Sewerby and Bridlington every half hour from 10.30am – 4.30pm (subject to weather conditions and seasonal variations) disabled access is available. Charges apply, although during the main season a discounted combo ticket is available from Sewerby Hall or at the land train.

 

How much does it cost? 

 

 

From 19 Mar – 22 July:

Adult £6.50, Children £4.40, Under 3’s FREE, Family ticket (2+2) £20 (extra child £2)

From 23 July – 4 Sept:

Adult £7, Children £4.90, Under 3’s FREE, Family ticket (2+2) £22 (extra child £2.50)

 

ERM Discount

 

 

25% OFF NORMAL ADMISSIONS with a FREE East Riding Mums membership card. For up to 4 people only, discount applies on standard prices only (family tickets not included), not to be used in conjunction with any other offer, offer open from 19 March – 30 October 2016.

 

ERM review

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“We are just back from a sunny Spring day at Sewerby Hall & Gardens. We took our 4-year-old and the dog.

 

She loved bombing around on her bike. Some good inclines, which served as good fun for keeping up. Only one bump today.

 

The nautical themed park has a great variety of equipment for toddlers and older children.

 

We enjoyed our lunch in the café, and dogs are allowed in the far end, or there is plenty of outdoor seating. (Great location for picnics, benches are dotted around but I would take a blanket).

 

My other half took little one into the house, where they enjoyed some dressing up, quiz sheets and talking to the friendly staff. (I took the dog for a walk through the walled gardens).

 

We reconvened for a Mr Moo’s ice cream, then we visited the zoo (while the dog took my other half on the woodland walk).

 

From parrots to pigs to penguins we enjoyed our stroll through the zoo, stroking the surprisingly friendly and terribly stinky llamas.

 

Despite our day ending in a major tantrum in the car over the free activity pack (available in the Visitor Centre) we had a really lovely day out at Sewerby, there is a lot on offer and with better weather on the way there is so much open space for kids to run around you could easily spend the whole day there. You can even walk down the many steps to the beach, or take the land train into Bridlington.

 

Looking forward to visiting again when Sewerby is hosting its many events throughout the school holidays. See details in our ‘What’s On Calendar’ here.”

 

*Please note dogs are not permitted in the house, zoo or children’s playground.

 

Spring events

 

REVIEW @ SEWERBY HALL & GARDENS

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