Ormesby Hall, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire
A working estate on ancient farmland, with the Pennyman family home at its heart, is the last surviving historic estate in Middlesbrough.
The 400-year-old estate has had many owners, from the scandalous Sir James Pennyman, the 6th baronet, to the generous Ruth and Jim. Uncover the family’s stories as you explore their much-loved Georgian mansion home. Visit the servants’ wing and see the working model railway layouts.
Enjoy a treat from the tea room before a stroll through the seasonal garden, with newly revealed vistas, or follow the Pennyman woods trail to discover the wider estate. Families can play in the natural play area, enjoy a game of croquet and have fun in the family room.
Features & Accessibility
- Accredited Museum
- Winter Opening
- Plant Sales
- Gift Shop
- Group Visits
- Dogs welcome on leads (grounds only)
- Facilities for wheelchair users & those with limited mobility
- Facilities for visual impairments
Things to do
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Middlesbrough, TS3 0SR
From A19 take A174 to A172 or west of the A171. Follow signs for Ormesby Hall and the entrance is on Ladgate Lane (B1380).
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