Events

World War One Centenary

First World War Centenary poppies  © Nunnington Hall

First World War Centenary poppies

Sunday 29 June – Come and discover how Nunnington was involved in the First World War and how it affected the lives of the families that lived here. We’ll have talks from local historian Trevor Boag, as well as a First World War music wagon and demonstrations of butter-making, school life and wash day on the lawn.

Yorkshire Market Sunday 31st August

Yorkshire Market at Nunnington Hall © Nunnington Hall

Yorkshire Market at Nunnington Hall

Discover the best of Yorkshire with arts and crafts as well as food and drink stalls. If you have any Yorkshire art, crafts or delicious Yorkshire food to sell then we would like to hear from you! Email us for more information
 

Art

Discover vibrant colour and fun in the exhibition rooms © Jade Cancelliere

Discover vibrant colour and fun in the exhibition rooms

We have a changing programme of exhibitions in our Top Floor Gallery. This year our programme includes York degree students, British Wildlife Photography Awards, World War One, Children's Illustration, Matt - Daily Telegraph Cartoonist and Various Artist works.

Music

Nerina Pallot is one of the wonderful artists preforming at Nunnignton Hall © Nerina Pallot

Nerina Pallot is one of the wonderful artists preforming at Nunnignton Hall

Our winter concerts this year includes live performances from Chris Helm and Nerina Pallot.

Check out our exhibitions...

We've got some wonderful artwork on display in our top floor gallery at Nunnington Hall. To keep up to date with our changing programme of exhibitions, visit our Exhibitions page for details.

 

 

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Keep in touch for information about our events

Have you missed out on any of our events this year? There are many ways to keep updated on the goings-on at Nunnington Hall. You can keep an eye on our website for regular updates, follow us on Twitter, visit our new Facebook page, or call us on 01439 748283.

Make a mud pie

50 things - make a mud pie just about anywhere

50 things - make a mud pie just about anywhere

Visit our new mud pie kitchen to create your own muddy delicacies.

Discover Nunnington's Families

Come and share the families history.

Come and share the families history.

Discover Nunnington’s Families, July 8th-11th and 23rd – 26th September. Learn more about the families that lived at Nunnington Hall throughout the centuries, as regular talks and tours bring their stories to life.

Complete some 50 things activities

  • Bring your Wellies to run around in © National Trust Stock Image

    6. Run around in the rain

    Will you be able to find a puddle to splash in?

  • There is fun things for all the family to do as part 50 things © National Trust Stock Image

    19. Play pooh sticks

    Pick up a stick from our basket by the bridge and have your very own game of pooh sticks

  • Children can spot wildlife in the garden © Chris Murphy

    44. Go bird watching

    Peer through the eye holes in our bird-watching area.. will you spot any feathered friends?

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