Uniquely situated on a dramatic cliff-top position, forming the gateway to the Flamborough Heritage Coast, Sewerby Hall and Gardens enjoys spectacular views over Bridlington Bay.
There is something for everyone from the magnificent gardens to the newly refurbished house; now styled as it would have looked in 1910.
Keep the children amused at our very own zoo with a fascinating collection of animals and birds alongside the popular adventure playground. Major events include historical re-enactments, magic days, vehicle rallies, fun interactive walks, sports and wildlife activities and musical concerts.
Guaranteed to create some memorable experiences for all visitors!
Two miles north of Bridlington.
- Offers bike storage
Historic Houses members visit for free.
Adult: term time £7.50, other £8
Child (3-15yrs): term time £5.40, other £5.90
Family (2A + 2C): term time £24, other £26
- Accessible parking
- Guide dogs welcome
- Wheelchair ramps/routes
- Accessible toilets
- Access statement available
Sewerby Hall and Gardens is the ideal venue for wedding ceremonies and holds a civil wedding licence.
Adjacent to the house is the stunning Orangery; a magnificent 19th-century glass conservatory with seating for up to 120 guests overlooking the superb gardens with Bridlington Bay beyond.
With an award-winning 52 acre estate and historic buildings containing impressive interiors, what better setting could you imagine for what will be the most important day of your life?
Formerly gatehouses and lodge to the Grade 1 listed Georgian House of Sewerby Hall, these award-winning period properties have been carefully restored to a very good standard, resulting in three unique detached holiday cottages.
For conferences, meetings, private parties and seminars, Sewerby Hall and Gardens boasts a range of excellent room hire facilities.
All our rooms are available to hire at competitive hourly rates.
Sewerby Zoo is an interesting and inspirational venue to bring children to promote active learning as part of their science curriculum studies.
Through the study of the mammals and birds in the zoo children can explore important scientific themes surrounding "Life Processes and Living Things."
We have a variety of resources and support material linked to the National Curriculum at Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3.
These documents will encourage children to investigate the world around them through the ecology of animals they see during their visit and the environment from which they originate.