From Sunday 26/5/24 - Bank Holiday 27/5/24. Join us for a feast of fun at Gunby. On Sunday we'll be joined by Skegness & East Coast Steampunks and on Monday 27/5/24 we'll be joined by Lincolnshire Regency Society. On both days we will have our annual rose display and numerous stalls. On Regency Monday 27/5/24 the Lincolnshire Regency Society will join us in period dress. The Regency era is the years 1795- 1837. Lincolnshire Regency Society aims to promote interest in, and enthusiasm for, all aspects of Regency culture. Bring a picnic and enjoy a truly 'Regency Day'.
Meet costumed visitors from the Regency era who mingle with visitors on this elegant day. Enjoy dance displays and a little Regency theatre production during a fun family day out (Monday 27/4/24 only) On both days we will also have the annual rose display and numerous trade and craft stalls selling a whole host of delightful things. Free for under 5s and National Trust members.
Preliminary program for the day (Monday 27/5/24 only):
10:50 – 11:00 Sir Mostyn welcomes visitors from the front steps of the house 11:00 - 11:30 Perambulation in character 11:30 - 12:00 Regency themed play on the Courtyard 12:00 - 12:30 Dance performance on front lawn 13:00 – 14:00 Picnic on back lawn 14:00 - 14:30 Dance performance on front lawn 14:30 - 16:00 Perambulation in character.
Throughout both days,
Delicious cream teas and treats available from the tea-room. Numerous lawn games for all to enjoy.
Event ticket prices
This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.Check admission prices
Gunby Hall and Gardens
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.