No rise in admission charges for Normanby Hall Country Park near Scunthorpe
Admission prices and season tickets at Normanby Hall Country Park have been frozen at last year's prices, operators North Lincolnshire Council has confirmed.
The open season starts on Friday, March 29 with the Hall and Farming Museum opening for the first time this year.
New to the Farming Museum this year is a discovery table with a play farm, games and puzzles, as well as dress up to keep the little ones busy, have fun and learn new things.
The Farming Museum showcases re-creations of rural life and gives an insight into what North Lincolnshire was like in years gone by. This is suitable for children under five.
Easter weekend is filled with lots of excellent things to do from the 'Big in Japan' costume exhibition to the Easter Egg Hunt and Meet the Animals event.
Councillor John Briggs (Axholme), cabinet member for Asset Management, Culture and Housing at North Lincolnshire Council, said: "Normanby Hall is a wonderful place to visit with its award winning gardens, stunning Regency mansion steeped in history, exceptional wildlife, exciting events and activities or if you are just looking for a relaxing day out – it has something for everyone.
"The season tickets are excellent value for money and it means you only have to pay once to visit Normanby Hall as much as you like. Buy your season ticket today and start reaping the benefits."
Normanby Hall was home to the Sheffield family, former Dukes of Buckingham and original owners of Buckingham Palace.
Season tickets cost £20 for a family, £16 for two people and £12.50 for one person.
Normal admission prices are £5.60 for an adult, £2.80 for a child and £5.10 for adults over 60.
You can buy season tickets from the council's website www.northlincs.gov.uk/forms/normanbyhall, Normanby Hall Gift Shop or Brigg Tourist Information Centre from April.
Visit the council's website www.northlincs.gov.uk/leisure/normanby-hall/ or call Normanby Hall on 01724 720588 to find out more.