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Normanby Hall Country Park, Normanby

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  • Reasonable entry fee. Yearly pass for two adults less than the price of two visits(for two adults) Good play areas for children to play. Lovely gardens.The house is interesting and well staffed with p...  more »
  • Very good lots to see allow plenty of time and you won't be disappointed lots of rooms to see and a lot for the children to do and lot of clothing for the to dress up with Regards Gerry  more »
  • Normally enjoy a round of golf here as the greens are usually above average for the area.Sadly this year they're not. Really poor and badly maintained to get in the state they're in.Id give it a miss ...  more »
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  • Expensive now theyve altered the payment options. Not extensive grounds so to charge £7 per person( before pay and display per car was better) whether you go in the hall or not is a terrible idea. I feel the hall and grounds must be struggling hence these money making silly changes.
  • Beautiful house, grounds, deer park and museum. Lovely camp site. Well kept and tidy. Friendly staff.
  • It's nice but on the day we paid £7 each to get in too much in my opinion.
  • Large gardens. Woodland walks. Cafe
  • There was a race when I went this time. There is usually something on all year round though. Its a good park with plenty of facilities. I would recommend a tour of the main house.