New season to start at Sewerby Hall & Gardens

Sewerby Hall and Gardens will be opening fully for the summer from Saturday (26th March).

The house, gardens, zoo and cafe will be open seven days a week, and a full season of events and activities is planned for 2022.

Over the coming weeks and months, visitors can look forward to the Return of Easter Adventures, the Spring Spectacular and the Summer of Fun, as well as car rallies in June, July and August. May will also see the opening of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, visiting Sewerby Hall and Gardens for the first time, and running until July.

Charges will be reintroduced to the grounds for the summer season as usual, and regular visitors are reminded that an Annual Pass offers excellent value for money.

The current cost of an Annual Pass is £28 for adults, £16 for children aged 3-15, and £80 for a family pass (two adults and two children). These prices will increase from 26th March, so visitors are encouraged to lock in the current price now.

Councillor Mike Medini, portfolio holder for cultural and leisure assets, said : “It’s very exciting that we can launch a whole summer season at Sewerby Hall and Gardens for the first time for a while.”

We have a great line-up of events and activities planned this year for all the family, from the traditional Easter Sunday jousting through to exhibitions and a range of outdoor activities throughout the season. “

And of course the gardens and the zoo are well worth a visit at any time of the year.“

I look forward to a great summer season at this truly wonderful venue!”

Sewerby Hall & Gardens, Near Bridlington.


The gardens are a great place to visit whatever the season; with the Walled, Pleasure and Rose Gardens taking centre stage throughout the summer months. Why not take a stroll along the Woodland Walk and discover the hidden delights nature has to offer?


Our furry family includes critters great and small, from guinea pigs and micro pigs, to SikaSika Deer and Cameroon Sheep. Catch the Capuchin monkeys playing around their home, watch the mischievous pygmy goats or go see the cute Raccoon Dogs in their enclosures. With degus, llamas and more too, you’ll fall in love with all our animals. Found a favourite? You can adopt them from just £20 a year!

The House

A delightful house in a spectacular setting, come and relive history at Grade I listed Sewerby Hall. The Georgian core of the house was built 1714-1720 by John Greame with later additions in 1808, 1830s, 40s, and 90s; Sewerby is a tour through architectural history

A total restoration in 2013-2014 has re-presented the hall as an Edwardian Country house, circa 1910. The rooms are furnished with impressive pieces from the Victoria and Albert Museum as well as other important collections.

For full details of opening hours, events, opening hours, and prices for admission and passes, visit

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