The Spring Spectacular is coming to Sewerby Hall and Gardens during the May half term holidays, with a packed programme of fun events and activities.
From Saturday, 25 May until Sunday, 2 June, the venue in its stunning location on the cliff tops north of Bridlington will offer something for everyone, from Rusticus Adventures to Active Coast activities and traditional seaside fun.
The highlight will be the Spring Family Fun Day on Sunday, 26 May, featuring face painting, Punch and Judy shows, a Boot Camp Challenge, giant inflatables, donkey rides (additional charge), and games and activities with the Active Coast team.
Other activities in the Spring Spectacular include :
Odysseus wants to get home to celebrate the end of the war but he’s in trouble with the powerful God, Poseidon, who is making his journey as difficult as possible. Help the woodland creatures perform the story of the challenges and temptations he faces on his way - including six-headed monsters, distracting singing and delicious beef dinners! Then be ready to celebrate in the triumphant procession, as he finally makes it home. Performances will take place at 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm and 2.30pm.
Facility manager Marie Gascoigne said : “We want the May half term holiday to be fun for families, and the Spring Spectacular offers just that, with a range of activities and events that will be enjoyable and also educational as well.”
For full details of the Spring Spectacular, and all the facilities at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, including the Clock Tower Café, the house and exhibitions, the zoo, and the gardens themselves, visit www.sewerbyhall.co.uk Visitors can save 10% on admission by booking online in advance.
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