With an easing of lockdown restrictions, some of our favourite outdoor attractions and gardens are re-re-opening over the coming weeks. Lots do still have some restrictions in place and require pre-booking, I have included details below but please check out details directly before travelling.
Please also stick to the Government Guidance on what you can and can’t do – you can find that HERE.
Re-opening to the public on Saturday 4th July 10am!
Covid-19 restrictions in place with screens, hand sanitiser etc. Cafe is takeaway only. Some areas are cash only.
No soft play but the tractors will be outside.
Barns will be as one way as possible. Sadly no petting or feeding at the moment.
Our new safety measures include: Protective screens around the reception desks; Hand sanitiser on entry to the buildings and on the top floor of the Art Gallery; Disposable hand towels in the toilets; PPE (gloves, masks and aprons) for staff when cleaning the venues, plus extra cleaning protocols; Staff monitoring at a safe distance to ensure that visitors are following the distancing guidelines.
Entry will be FREE throughout July, open Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-5pm.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens: The zoo, the gardens, the café, the shop, and the toilets are open seven days a week. The opening hours for all the reopened facilities will be 10am to 4pm. In order to guarantee access, all customers should book in advance online before their visit. However, Annual Pass holders can access the site without having to book in advance, although they will have to join the queues on arrival. More details and booking on their website here.
North Yorkshire Water Park
Following social distancing guidelines, limited times and spaces will be available to book online for Stand Up Paddle Boarding, Kayaking and Open Water Swimming. Visit our website for more information about the activities available, our safety measures and to book!
Grounds will be open daily 8am – 8pm for cyclists, runners and walkers to enjoy our 2.5km track with beautiful lakeside views.
Our Cafe is open serving a limited menu of takeaway hot and cold drinks and cold snacks.
Open Tuesday to Sunday and you can visit the Rare Breed Farm Park, Grounds and Gardens.
Play park opening Saturday 4th July – unfortunately the House will remain closed until further notice.
They have put many procedures in place one being the limited ticket online booking (Click Here to Book)
HALF DAY ADMISSION TICKETS We have split visiting times into two sessions in order for us to be able to control how many people are on site at one time. These sessions are morning – 9.30am to 1.30 and afternoon 1.30pm to 5.30pm – prices are £6.00 per adult and £3.50 per child
Sledmere friends members will be able to join either the morning or afternoon session without having to book
Book by messaging us on social media HERE, telephone 07519 189411 or online at
www.scarboroughfootgolf.co.uk Book a time for your game. We are teeing off at 10 minute intervals. Family groups of maximum 4/tee and friends of 2 meeting to play with social distancing rules.
Pay by contactless or cash. Please let us know how you are paying when you book. Choose to play Footgolf or the Adventure Footgolf Course. Adults £6 Children £4. Bring your own footballs or pick up freshly sanitized and steam cleaned balls from the baskets outside the Footgolf Hut. More details here
The Stained Glass Centre Tea Room are making delicious take away Picnics for you to buy and enjoy after your game. Book a picnic at www.stainedglasscentre.co.uk to enjoy after your game.
Trails and car park are now open, please be mindful there is limited capacity. The visitor centre, shop, café and toilets remain closed.
Yorkshire Wildlife Park: Following the news that the government has reviewed its decision on current restrictions on the reopening of zoos and safari parks, Yorkshire Wildlife Park is gearing up to reopen from 15th June 2020. A restricted number of tickets will go on sale at the weekend on the park website www.yorkshirewildlifepark.com. Facilities will be limited in line with government guidelines with play areas and indoor areas closed and take away food and drink on offer. Full information will be available on the website.
Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park: Will re-open on Monday 15th June. We can’t wait to welcome you back to the Animal park, where you can enjoy a safe outdoor experience, see amazing animals, and reconnect with nature. Things will be a little different – one way system, social distancing, hand sanitiser, reduced animal interaction program, cafe closed, limited entry numbers
The car parks, toilets, and trails at Dalby Forest are open, however the play equipment and play areas, GoApe, the visitor centre information desk, café and bike hire remain closed.
Initially welcoming Burton Agnes Hall members and their guests – if you could be tempted to make here your home from home, we’d be delighted for new members. In addition, between 20 – 50 day visitors subject to weather etc.
Serving woodfired pizza oven for picnics, and have masses of stunning plants propagated in our nursery for sale.
For more details, follow the Facebook HERE and visit the website
Wolds Way Lavender
Open with restrictions in place. Timber Trail open Saturday 4th July 2020
Online booking only to allow numbers to be managed. Card payments only.
Tearoom and some areas including the mud kitchen, sand pit and some games remain closed.
The car park, garden, parkland and toilets at Beningbrough will reopen from Wednesday 3 June 2020. You will need to book tickets before you visit. Members can book for free, while non-members will need to pay when booking. Booking for tickets will open every Friday, please note they will be turning people away who arrive and haven’t booked.
Castle Howard’s Gardens and Grounds open. Skelf Island opens Saturday 4th July 2020.
All visits will need to be pre-booked using the online booking system ONLY.
Please note that for now, the Adventure Playground and the House itself will remain closed along with the indoor cafe outlets. There will be some take away catering on offer and the Farm Shop and Garden Centre remain open.
Toilets available. The main toilets in the Courtyard will be closed, with the exception of the accessible toilet and the baby changing facility. Portable toilets will be available on the North Front.
Reopening Saturday 20th June with restrictions in place.
Visit the outside areas of the beautiful 16 acre site. Including: Outdoor museum exhibits, farm animals, nature trail, Viking village, Roman fort and railway station platform.
If you hold a 12 month ticket your right to return will be extended by 3 months. During the period that only the outside areas are open there is the option to pay half price to access for the day only.