Celebrate the 300-year anniversary and take in the interiors of this Grade I listed Stately Home.
This year will see Sewerby Hall and Gardens celebrate its 300-year anniversary. The transformation of the interiors show how the house would have appeared over a hundred years ago. Visitors and school groups can step back in time and dress up as an Edwardian, cook in the restored kitchen, listen to historical piano recitals and see the selected pieces of furniture from the national collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Sewerby Hall is set in a dramatic cliff top position with spectacular views over Bridlington Bay and 50 acres of stunning early 19th Century parkland. There is something for everyone to ensure a great day out including its very own zoo, adventure playground, golf putting and footgolf and the Old Laundry Welcome Centre. The award-winning Clock Towner Tea room is the perfect place to sit and unwind before boarding the Land Train back into Bridlington.
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