National Trust Ormesby Hall
Family home with beautiful formal gardens, surrounded by sprawling parkland.
Nestled in Middlesbrough is the green oasis of Ormesby Hall, once home to the Pennyman family. This classic Georgian mansion is surrounded by 250 acres of parkland and farmland which offer year round seasonal walks with a colourful formal garden.
Spend time with the family exploring the servant’s wing and watching the model railways pass by, with a special Thomas the Tank Engine layout controlled by children!
The minature world of Model Railways at Ormesby Hall
Don't miss the surprise attraction of model railway layouts in this historic house.
When you visit Ormesby Hall and venture into the servant’s wing you will come across the familiar noise of trains. Following the sound you will be surprised to find there are three permanent model railway layouts in the house, Corfe Castle, Pilmoor Station and the interactive Thomas the Tank Engine.
Explore Ormesby Hall - Indoors & Outdoors
The family room offers a place for dressing up, crafts and play time indoors.
Then experience the life of a Victorian servant and explore the Laundry and Kitchen.Uncover the family's stories from 'wicked' Sir James to Colonel Jim, survivor of the First World War, and the theatrical exploits of his wife Ruth.
Explore the gardens,discover the garden games, croquet and natural play area to enjoy outdoors.
Families can also enjoy seasonal trails and year round events.
For latest events please visit the Ormesby Hall website
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A few family friendly features of Ormesby Hall
- Natural play and den building area
- Mud pie kitchen
- Thomas the Tank Engine Model Railway layout
- Family room with toys and crafts area.
- Family events throughout the year
- Baby-changing facilities
- The minature world of Model Railways
Please check the website for latest opening times & entrance charges
Contact information: 01642 328908 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking: Postcode TS3 0SR, off Ladgate Lane, Middlesbrough