Great for groups
There's lots to see at Gunby whatever the weather. Bring your group for a great day out.
One group per day
We only have room for one group a day so we'll make sure you'll feel extra special when you visit Gunby. Do contact us beforehand to arrange your visit so we can check the group diary.
Please complete a booking form to email or post to us: Download the 2020 group booking form (PDF / 0MB) download
A warm welcome
When you arrive, please park up in front of the large brick archway at the very end of the drive (near a small shed used for admissions), which is only a few metres from the property entrance. One of our team members will come and meet you on the coach to give a brief welcome talk, scan passes and give out tickets and maps.
The coach then needs to park near an ornamental gate close to the entrance. As this gate is also an emergency access point, it’s important your driver either stays near the coach or near the tea-room so we can contact him (her) in the unlikely case of an emergency.
The visit will be free to all who have a valid National Trust pass – provided they bring it with them. In 2020 it’s £7 for non-members (this is a reduced group rate, the full price is £9.50) for house and gardens. The charge for non-members needs to paid in one transaction (cheque, cash or card) in the tea-room. The group needs to consist of 15 people or more (regarless of member / non-member split) to benefit from the group price.
Please spread out
The house and tea-room are quite small, so it’s important that your group splits in smaller units. The gardens are big enough to have lots of people at once.
We don’t serve lunches in the tea-room, but do have lovely treats and cakes. You're very welcome to bring a picnic and find a perfect spot anywhere in the Gunby gardens.
The house has quite a few steps and stairs. A wheelchair and walker are available for use on the ground floor of the house. If you have any group members with limited mobility, please give us a call on 01754 890102 and we can have a chat about how we can assist them.