On foot

A picturesque cliff-top walk continues from the north promenade all the way to (and beyond) Sewerby Hall and Gardens. Pedestrians can also walk from Bridlington via Sewerby Road or Martongate directly on to Church Lane.

By Land Train

Easter to September only.

Journey along the dramatic Sewerby cliff tops in style on-board the Bridlington Land Train. Running regularly throughout the day between Easter and September, you can combine your visit to Sewerby Hall and Gardens with the beautiful coastal town of Bridlington and its sandy beaches.

Trains run every half an hour from 10.30am until 4.30pm (subject to weather conditions and seasonal variations). Platforms are located at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, the Coastguard station and Limekiln Lane and Bridlington Town Centre seaward side of East Riding Leisure Bridlington.

By bike

There are wooden cycle racks available next to the pay stations.

By bus

The Sewerby Church Lane bus stop is on the road outside, south of the car park entrance.


Parking at Sewerby Hall and Gardens is free for visitors.

Additional parking is available at the Pay and Display car park on Sewerby Road between the Methodist Church and Bondville Model Village. Discounted paid admission to Sewerby Hall and Gardens is available with a valid parking ticket.

Electric Vehicle (EV) charging points are available in the car park, next to the bin store, on a first come, first served basis. Visitors can operate the EV charger using the MER app on their smartphone. Charges apply. The MER app is free to download on the App Store and Google Play.

Accessible parking bays are available next to the EV charge points. Find out more about accessibility at Sewerby Hall and Gardens.