Opening times for 7 December 2023
Asset Opening time Hall 10:00 - 15:00 Car Park 10:00 - 15:00 Garden 10:00 - 15:00 Parkland 10:00 - 15:00 Tea-room 10:00 - 15:00
Last admission one hour before closing.MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £9.90 £9.00 Child £5.00 £4.50 Family £24.80 £22.50 One Family Adult £14.90 £13.50 Group Adult £8.55 Group Child £4.27
There is a Second-hand bookshop in the courtyard.
Licenced for civil weddings
There is a 500 metre drive from the car park to the property entrance. There is a drop-off point for those who need it close to the entrance.
There is a tea-room in the courtyard.
Well-behaved dogs welcome on short leads in the gardens and parkland.
There are toilets available in the courtyard.
Gravel paths and some uneven surfaces in the gardens. Steps to get in to the house. Mobility scooter and wheelchair available for outdoor use, and walkers and wheelchair available for use in the house. 500 metre walk from car park to courtyard. Drop off point or closer parking to the gardens and house are available on request.
Accessible route and/or map
A portable induction loop is available for house tours on request.
Level access to food outlet
Braille (guide or menu)
Please be aware there are narrow corridors In the house.
On A158 off Gunby roundabout between Spilsby and Skegness. Signposted from A158. 13 miles east of Horncastle
Parking: Free, 500 yards from entrance
Sat Nav: PE23 5SS - please note that our entrance is an exit off the roundabout and not slightly beyond or before as some SatNav systems suggest.
Skegness 7½ miles
No.56 from Lincoln and Skegness. Layby at Gunby roundabout is a request stop. 530 yards walk to entrance
Plan your visit to Gunby Estate and Gardens in Lincolnshire. Pre-booking your visit is now paused until 28 March 2024.
With over 1,500 acres of grounds, Gunby is the perfect place to bring your dog. Find out all you need to know about making your visit an enjoyable one. Gunby is a two pawprint rated place.
Find out more about booking your group visit to Gunby and the information you need to help plan your trip.
Take a look at the map of Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens to help plan your visit.
Tie the knot with a wedding at Gunby...
From an intimate ceremony in the Music Room to photographs in the garden and a champagne reception in the Entrance Hall, Gunby provides a magical location for your special day.
Gunby Hall is a homely country house built in 1700 for the Massingberd family, who lived here for more than 250 years.
Eight acres of Victorian walled gardens with a kitchen garden, wildflower areas and wonderful borders bursting with colourful plants and flowers that change throughout the seasons.
1,500 acres of refreshing countryside that still represent a lowland farming estate where nature thrives, featuring lots of permissive paths for relaxing scenic walks.
Cosy tea-room located in the former laundry building with seating in the courtyard, serving sandwiches, snacks, hot/cold drinks and sweet treats.
Located in the former joiners’ workshop, there are lots of good quality reads to discover in this well-stocked second-hand bookshop conveniently located in the courtyard.
Orchard Gallery is a former squash court nestled in the gardens. It is the perfect setting for regularly changing art exhibitions which is included in your normal admission.
Join us from Saturday 2 December - Saturday 23 December for Christmas. This Christmas we invite you enjoy 'Christmas at the Movies'. Each room will be seasonally decorated. Can you guess all the movies?
From Saturday 2 - Saturday 23 December (10am - 3pm), experience 'Christmas at the Movies' here at Gunby. Each room will be seasonally decorated with some famously recognisable cinematic moments. Can you guess all the movies?
Entertain the whole family this summer at Gunby. Discover unique stories in the house, go on an adventure in the colourful gardens and stop for a bite to eat in the tea-room.
Explore Gunby Hall, which was home to the Massingberd family for over 250 years. The house features intimate living spaces filled with notable objects, artistic works, and homely décor.
Discover eight acres of different garden ‘rooms’ with many different colours and textures to enjoy. Throughout each season there is something different to see.
Find out more about the 1,500 acres of the Gunby Estate. Take a walk to discover an ice house pond, remains of a lost village and find evidence of a demolished medieval moated manor.
This linear trail takes in the historical lumps and bumps of the former Medieval village of Gunby. We advise that you pre-book your visit to go on this walk. Go to the 'What's On' section to book your tickets.
Explore old churches and Monksthorpe Chapel on this scenic walk around Gunby's estate, as well as plentiful birdlife and a disused railway line.
Explore Gunby Hall and Gardens when you stay in this estate cottage set within its parklands.
Join us between Saturday 2 December through to Saturday 23 December for Christmas. This Christmas we invite you enjoy 'Christmas at the Movies'. Each room will be seasonally decorated. Can you guess all the movies?
Spend time with the House team to see the conservation work they usually do while the House is closed to free flow visitors. Includes a hot drink and a tasty slice of cake from the tea-room.
Shake off the January gloom and come along to Gunby on 'Blue Monday'. Join on a social walk around the garden. The walk will be lead by one of the garden tour volunteers, so plenty of opportunity to ask questions.
Nestled below the Lincolnshire wolds, this sweeping estate secludes a charming country house flanked by Victorian walled gardens.
Built in 1700 for the quietly influential Massingberd family, the house features intimate rooms with homely décor and artistic works by notable names.
Meander gardens with striking seasonal colour, creative borders, and picture-perfect lawns. Estate walks offer refreshing scenic views of the flatlands.
From a deserted medieval village to a charming red brick country house with Victorian extension, Gunby was home to the Massingberd family for over 250 years but the history of estate stretches back even further.
Find out more about volunteering opportunities at Gunby and how you can join the team to play your part in looking after this homely country house and estate.