Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens

Gunby Hall in Lincolnshire

Important notice -

We advise pre-booking tickets from the 'book your visit' link further down this page. Tickets guarantee entry to the car park and gardens. The house is closed Thursdays and Fridays and cannot be pre-booked.

A homely country house dated 1700 set in Victorian walled gardens at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds

Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens

What's on 

A girl and her carers smiling as they walk through a variety of plants and flowers in the Gunby gardens.

Summer family activities at Gunby

Discover a range of summer family activities at Gunby Hall and Gardens.

Upcoming events

Come Out and Play at Gunby!

Tue 16 Aug 2022
Discover a range of fun and exciting games to play in the Gunby gardens, perfect for burning some summer energy!

Learn to play croquet

Fri 19 Aug 2022
Learn to play the grand old game of croquet in the Gunby gardens with our friendly croquet player Glynis. Suitable for the whole family.

High Summer in Lincolnshire - Art on the Map

Thu 01 Sep 2022
High Summer in Lincolnshire by Art on the Map celebrates the beauty of Lincolnshire and its artists.

'A sense of place' exhibition by Tracey Smith and Rachel Rogers

Fri 02 Sep 2022
Step into Orchard Gallery for 'A Sense of Place', a joint exhibition by two contemporary Lincolnshire based artists, Tracey Smith and Rachel Rogers.

'Natural Curiosity' exhibition by Jo Maltby

Fri 30 Sep 2022
From 30 September to 3 November take a look in Orchard Gallery for a new exhibition called 'Natural Curiosity' by Jo Maltby.

Halloween Haunted Hall

Sat 29 Oct 2022
Visit us on Saturday 29 October and meet the scary Gunby ghosts, spooky staff and frightening volunteers. Find your way around the darkened haunted hall - if you dare!
Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens

Things to see and do

Welcome signs at Gunby Hall and Gardens in Lincolnshire

Visiting Gunby: what you need to know

Due to our overall capacity, we advise that you pre-book your visit to Gunby. Your pre-booked ticket is for your arrival time to the car park and gardens and secures your entry. The house can't be pre-booked. Saturdays to Wednesdays limited timed tickets for the house are allocated on site on the day of your visit from 11am, last admission to house 1.40pm. The house is closed on Thursdays and Fridays. Find out more about what to expect from your visit.

The piano in the Music Room at Gunby Hall

Take a virtual tour of three floors of the house

With domestic sized rooms filled with furniture and art, you can easily imagine living at Gunby yourself. Chat to the room guides to find out more about Gunby's collection, the Massingberd family and the history of the house.

Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens

Eating and shopping

Tea-room at Gunby Hall in Lincolnshire


Our tea-room is open 7 days a week from 10am to 4pm and serves a yummy range of hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, cake, ice-creams and treats.

Gunby's second-hand bookshop

Browse for books

Find your next page-turner in Gunby's well-stocked second-hand bookshop, located on the courtyard in the former 'Joiners' Workshop'. All proceeds help us to look after Gunby for everyone for ever. Donations of good quality books are always welcome.

Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens


History of Gunby

Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens

Places to stay

Places to stay

Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens


Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens

Get involved

Volunteer pianist in the music room

Volunteer at Gunby Hall and Gardens

We couldn't work without our dedicated team of volunteers that help us run and look after Gunby Hall and Gardens. Take a look at current volunteer opportunities and how to get involved in joining the team.

Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens

Art and collections

Delftware lid being cleaned at Gunby

Conserving the collections at Gunby Hall

Our housekeeping team at Gunby Hall work hard to look after thousands of objects on display and in store. Take a look at how they preserve the collection.

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens on the National Trust Collections website