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Sewerby Hall and Gardens is situated in Bridlington. The house is a grade one listed building constructed from 1714-1720 which underwent a £2.5 million restoration in 2012. There are over 50 acres of award-winning landscaped gardens at Sewerby Hall, and visitors can also head to the on-site zoo, which is home to everything from monkeys, penguins, llamas and farm animals to large aviaries. Sewerby Hall holds an impressive list of events each year, from historical re-enactments to exhibitions, craft fairs and live music.

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  • Changing Places Toilet
  • Wheelchair Access

Opening times

Monday 9am-4.30pm
Tuesday 9am-4.30pm
Wednesday 9am-4.30pm
Thursday 9am-4.30pm
Friday 9am-4.30pm
Saturday 9am-4.30pm
Sunday 9am-4.30pm

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