Sewerby Hall and Gardens, Bridlington

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A Georgian country house enclosed in 20 hectares (50 acres) of gardens, Sewerby Hall and Gardens attracts over 150,000 guests each year. Tour the house, a historic piece of architecture from the 18th and early 19th century, or visit the Museum of East Yorkshire. This museum has a room dedicated to Amy Johnson as well as the Coastguard Museum. The grounds include an aviary, a small zoo, and an 18-hole putting range. Planning Bridlington trip won't be overwheling when you use's Insprock itinerary maker.
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  • Sewerby Hall and gardens is a great day out, especially in the summer. Over holiday periods they hold events. There is plenty for kids to go. From playing areas to a small type of zoo. The tea rooms a...  more »
  • never got passed the gate as just to walk round gardens with dog they were going to charge us for the zoo and house,which we could not use as we had the dog with us we will not be returning  more »
  • Good destination in all weathers. Zoo worth a visit. Cafe good value. Grounds are gardens well worth a walk. Plenty for everyone.  more »
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  • Really good family day out, we took our 18 months year old and the in laws and all were kept well entertained. Never been to a period house like this before where so much has been included for children to interact with. So many of the exhibitions could be interacted with and you are openly encouraged to touch and play. There is even a period nursery with toys of the time for kids to play with. When you enter the house kids are given an explorers kit (a little bag with a torch, magnifying glass etc ) to find hidden features around the house. A great little addition to the visit at no extra cost. There grounds are great for all to wander around and the Zoo area (maybe a slightly grand title for what it actually is) is well set out. The play area is good for all age ranges. The entrance fee is very reasonably priced, with some discount vouchers in a tourist leaflet we paid just over £5 per adult. Compared to other attractions on a similar level I would quite happily pay double this! The only let done was the cafe. On the day we went there were problems in the kitchen and only about a third of the menu available. All together a great day out for everyone and really well priced.
  • Great day out for all the family. Free car park you only have to pay admission into the hall and grounds. Vast grounds. Small animal enclosure but a must visit. Hall been recently refurbished and you can take the land train into Bridlington
  • Lovely grounds to walk around. Play area for the kids. Lovely little zoo and other animals such as llamas and deer 🦌 in the areas as you walk in and out. Nice for a picnic or there is a tea room. Large hall to look around too. Out of season you can park in the car park and enter the grounds for free to begin a nice walk along the promenade into Brid.
  • The Park has had something of a makeover. The grounds are pleasant the zoo is great for a small operation and the house is interesting Lots for children and the staff are all friendly and helpful.
  • Sewerby Hall is a great place for all ages to enjoy in an outstanding location and set in superbly presented gardens. The glorious monkey puzzle trees are particularly imposing.

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