Comments (0) Normanby Hall in North Lincolnshire starts its new season at Easter and offers a host of opportunities to learn more about rural life.It includes a Farming Museum with fascinating details of agriculture through the ages. Among the displays are a re-creation of a farm worker's kitchen, a wheelwright and coffin maker's workshop, a blacksmith's and a saddler's.The Regency hall is set in 300 acres of beautiful parkland and woodland, which boast a wonderful display of naturalised bulbs in spring. Visitors can enjoy the award-winning Victorian walled kitchen garden. The country park also boasts an adventure playground, cafe, gift shop and golf course.And on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday, you will find that the Easter Bunny has been busy hiding wooden eggs around the park!The walled garden, cafe and gift shop are open from 10.30 and hall and museum from 1pm.Admission costs £5.60 for adults and £2.80 for children. Season tickets are available.