What is Nunnington Hall?
Nunnington Hall is owned by the National Trust. It is a beautiful country house located in the picturesque village of Nunnington, North Yorkshire. The Nunnington Hall is located on the bank of River Rye.
What can I do and see at Nunnington Hall?
In the attic, you can find one of the most unique collections of miniature rooms. You can find extensive organic gardens outside. There is a dedicated conservation team who tirelessly work to preserve the historic artefacts in the museum. There are many seasonal events, workshops and exhibitions happening throughout the year. Click here to look at the schedule.
Are you studying history? Detailed on the website is a darker side to history; slavery and the uncovered history of the Hall. Research is ongoing and The National Trust will provide more details of this as they find out. As they discover more they will share, learn about what has actually been uncovered here.
Check out the following facilities:
- Tearoom catering for specialist diets
- Picnic spots and tea garden
- Free parking
- Baby changing
- Children’s quiz and trail
- Limited mobility parking
- Adapted toilet to rear of the house
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If you would like to know the Nunnington Hall opening times click here.