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A good visit to Nunnington Hall this Christmas time. The hall was decked for Christmas and a warming sherry or ginger wine was given on entrance to beat the freezing conditions outside. Very good guides giving insights to the Halls history and eerie happenings. Worth...More
Visited on lovely mid November Saturday and was well impressed.
Staff very helpful and place decorated with Xmas themes.
I suspect it is slightly overshadowed by nearby Castle Howard but we thought it was lovely.
Visited tea room which was quaint and v. nice.
We visited 31/10, Halloween. First time visitors using National Trust membership for entry. Large old house, fittingly decorated for Halloween during our visit which other children seemed to particularly enjoy. Staff very pleasant and approachable with interesting stories of the houses history.
Tearooms which smelt...More
A national trust property in the heart of Yorkshire, nice well kept historic building with mostly origional fixtures & fittings, walled garden in use growing fruit & veg, cafe on site serving nice food & drink. there is a lawned area that you can use...More
Visiting a few National Trust sites in the area, we decided to visit Nunnington Hall. Greeted by friendly staff, we crossed the bridge and entered the grounds.
The house itself was pleasant. Greeted as we entered by extremely knowledgable and friendly room guides. The entrance...More
When we arrived it was well organised with volunteers who directed us to parking. The children registered for the Easter egg hunt and off we went. In the grounds activities for children were being run. We walked up to the far end of the grounds...More
The house was dressed in beautiful autumn colours using apples and other produce.
We were greeted by two very helpful and cheery members of staff.
Super watercolours exhibit.
Lovely cup of tea in tea rooms.
A perfect visit.
Response from Ron_Galbraith | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Just looked it up on the National Trust app -> £8.50 for adults, £4.50 for children, £21.50 for a family ticket, £6.75 for a group entry. If you've got a National Trust membership then it's free but there may be... More
Yes. Just looked it up on the National Trust app -> £8.50 for adults, £4.50 for children, £21.50 for a family ticket, £6.75 for a group entry. If you've got a National Trust membership then it's free but there may be special events/exhibits sometimes that you'd need to pay for. You can sometimes get discounts on membership but family membership is £114.60 or £9.55 per month (cheaper for individual or joint membership).