During the peak season, your ticket includes access to the house, the zoo, the gardens and the children's adventure playground as well as all events unless an additional charge is indicated. See the prices and passes page for changes in admission prices and what is included.
Our onsite car park is free to visitors of Sewerby Hall and Gardens. During the main season during summer and school holidays, overflow parking is available on Sewerby Road between the Methodist Church Hall and Bondville Model Village; YO15 1ER. Discounted admission to Sewerby Hall and Gardens is available upon the production of a valid parking ticket.
Yes; well-behaved dogs must remain on leads at all times; please ensure that you clean up after your dog. Only Assistance Dogs are allowed in the zoo, house, children's adventure playground, Stables Gift Shop, Orangery and Clock Tower Cafe. There is a section in the cafe where all dogs are permitted.
No; in order to preserve our historical items, pushchairs and prams are not permitted in the house or Orangery. Spaces for these items can be found at the rear door of the house and there are locks available; please ring the bell at the back door and a staff member will attend.
We have HippyChick Hipseats available for visitors.
No; due to conservation issues motorised wheelchairs, buggies or scooters are not permitted in the house or the first floor of the Old Laundry Block. We have a selection of non-motorised wheelchairs available for visitors who need to transfer from a motorised wheelchair in order to access the house.
The house and estate are disabled-friendly and there are parking bays for blue badge holders. There are some steps around the estate especially on the Woodland Walk where the path is surfaced with bark chippings. Alternate access routes are clearly sign-posted.
To enjoy the house and grounds to their fullest, visitors with walking difficulties should consider bringing their own mobility aids; the footpath from the car park to the house has a slight incline and is approximately 200 metres long.
Yes; bus stops are located outside our main entrance with services running to both Bridlington and Flamborough. Bridlington train station is located in the town centre and there are numerous taxi firms available.
Yes there are audio tours. When you visit the house, you can use your phone to find out as little more about its past. Look out for the QR Codes in the downstairs rooms, scan them with your phone and then tap on the link to hear a short, one minute, introductory history of the room in which you are standing. You will also find some QR Codes around the grounds too.
You are not allowed to smoke cigarettes, use e-cigarettes or vape in all indoor areas (including the house, Orangery, cafe, shop, Welcome Centre, training rooms and public conveniences) as well as The Courtyard, Clock Tower Cafe Terrace (the outdoor seating area), the Children's Play Area, Zoo and Marquees. The ban is part of the wider East Riding of Yorkshire Council No Smoking Policy and for the comfort of all visitors.