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Sewerby Hall exterior

Welcome to the museum at Sewerby Hall

Sewerby Hall is a Grade I listed Georgian country house with Regency and Victorian additions set in 50 acres of picturesque park. The Hall contains an important collection of Amy Johnson memorabilia and galleries in which a temporary exhibition programme is displayed. Sewerby Hall reopened in August 2014 after a £2.6 million restoration programme which has recreated the look and feel of the whole house as it would have been in the Edwardian era.

Inside Sewerby Hall museum pages

Take a look at what's happening at the Sewerby Hall museum...
Cropped Sewerby exterior

Visiting Sewerby Hall

How to get here, opening times, facilities etc. 

Warming pan and washboard

Our collections

Information on the collections and how to access them.

Learning at Sewerby Hall

Learning

How the museum at Sewerby Hall supports learning.

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About the museum

Information on the Hall, museum and gardens.


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Our exhibitions

The exhibition programme for the coming year.

Old image of dining room

Future plans

How we aim to restore the hall interior to a country house.  

The world and Yarburgh George

The World and Yarburgh George in the 1860s

This exhibition follows Yarburgh George as he travels in the Americas during the turbulent events of the 1860s. The exhibition runs until the end of the season.

Restored Edwardian drawing room

Restoration work completed

Sewerby Hall's £2.6 million restoration project has brought the Edwardian hall back to life.