Sewerby Hall and Gardens, options appraisal and visitor experience planning, October 2017

Walled garden optionsPSC and Bowles Green have been commissioned by East Riding of Yorkshire Council to identify and assess opportunities to enhance the Sewerby Hall and Gardens visitor experience. The visitor experience incorporates a number of different elements helping to create a popular destination for local residents and tourists.

Sewerby Hall has been in public ownership since the 1930s and is presented as it would have appeared around 1910, but exhibits original buildings and furniture dating back to the time of its original construction in 1720. The curtilage of Sewerby estate comprises ninety acres of parkland, a formal garden, a woodland strip and a walled garden along with a zoo which includes range of small animals – penguins, lemurs, lamas, alpaca, pigs, and pygmy goats.

Find out more about Sewerby Hall and Gardens here

How can we help?
If have any questions about carrying out a feasibility study or developing a visitor experience plan for a heritage property please don’t hesitate to call Richard Linington on 07866 742628 or email