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Seaton Delaval Hall

A place of great theatricality, drama and mischief

The Avenue, Seaton Sluice, Northumberland, NE26 4QR

South lawn at Seaton Delaval Hall in the spring sunshine

Important notice

To carry out conservation to windows and doors there is reduced access to the north front of the central block, which is scaffolded, until the end of September. Other areas are open, including the Basement, Saloon, West Wing, Stables and outdoors.

Planning your visit

Children playing around the mirror cube at Seaton Delaval Hall Northumberland
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Family-friendly things to do at Seaton Delaval Hall 

There's lots to enjoy as a family at Seaton Delaval Hall. Whether you're uncovering the stories of the flamboyant Delavals through the collection and creative installations or you're enjoying the take on their love of trickery and theatricality in the gardens or enjoying the Delaval Playdium, there's something for all families to enjoy and discover here. Plan your summer visit now!

A woman holds her hand out to a girl in a yellow jumper holding a small black dog in Seaton Delaval Hall's grounds
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Visiting Seaton Delaval Hall with your dog 

Seaton Delaval Hall is a two pawprint rated place. There’s plenty of ground for dogs to roam at Seaton Delaval Hall. Find out where you can walk your dog on the estate and the facilities available for your four-legged friends.

Children on the climbing frame in the play area in Northumberland's Seaton Delaval Hall
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Schools and Youth Groups 

Discover formal and informal opportunities for education and learning for children and young people at Seaton Delaval Hall. There are cross-curricular opportunities to learn inside and out, for all ages all, with a fun day out too!

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Seaton Delaval Hall map 

Take a look at the map of Seaton Delaval Hall to help plan your visit.

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