The summer season at Sewerby Hall and Gardens officially ends this weekend.
Admission to the gardens will be free of charge seven days a week from Monday (30 September) until Friday, 27 March 2020, with the exception of the October half term holidays (26 October - 3 November) and the Weekend of Christmas (Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 December), when combination ticket prices apply.
The house itself will only be open at weekends during the main winter period.
Ticket prices during the winter period will be:
Gardens only: free of charge
Zoo only : £3.70 (adult) / £2.60 child / £11.30 family
House only (weekends) : £3.70 (adult) / £2.60 child / £11.30 family
Zoo and house combined : £6.20 (adult) / £4.20 child / £19.50 family.
(During the October half term holiday, the combined admission prices will be £7.90 adult / £5.70 child / £26 family).
During the winter period, visitors to the house at weekends will be able to see the History of Chocolate exhibition; the unique Amy Johnson collection; Orangery concerts on Sundays, and the house restored to its Edwardian glory. The Clock Tower Café is open seven days a week, as is the zoo.
The ‘What Was Here’ app takes visitors on a historical journey around the grounds sending them an alert on their phone when they reach historical points of interest.
The ‘Love Exploring’ app has a number of games, quizzes and trails. Visitors can explore the gardens and grounds, having fun finding dinosaurs and fairies.
Both apps can be downloaded from the Google Play and Apple Store.
Full details of all facilities at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, together with opening times and admission prices, are at www.sewerbyhall.co.uk
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