Ormesby Hall is a 18th century mansion house with formal gardens and roaming parkland. The hall is owned by the National Trust and is open to the public from Sunday to Thursday.
The hall is home to one of the world’s largest art and heritage collections, with almost one million objects in the collection. The old servants wing houses a model railway exhibition with three permanent displays.
Well behaved dogs are welcome on a lead.
The National Trust owns many important attractions. Across the UK, the Trust runs historic houses, ancient castles, stunning gardens, glorious countryside and beautiful coastlines.
Regular visitors can make substantial savings by buying an annual membership, offering unlimited access to National Trust properties for 12 months.
The current membership rate for England Wales and Northern Ireland is £72 for an individual and £120 for a couple, this can be spread over 12 equal instalments . *
The National Trust in Scotland is a separate organisation; there is a reciprocal membership agreement allowing English members access to Scottish properties and vice versa.
* Prices correct at 3 February 2021
Ormesby Hall is about 3 miles from Middlesbrough town centre and a short drive from the main A174.