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Normanby Hall

A stately backdrop to your Go Ape experience at Normanby Hall. One of our newer locations, this Treetop Challenge and Treetop Adventure course offer something a little different. No two crossings are the same - so you’re going to have to work harder as you navigate each crossing which will push you in different ways. The Challenge course will test you with free falling Tarzan Swings, speedy zip wires and the ever-tricky stirrups. We’ve gone big and bold on the Adventure course too - you’ll find this one higher than our other locations!

GO APE normanby hall

A DAY OUT YOU'LL NEVER FORGET

We like to think Normanby Hall is a pretty special location. You get the triple whammy of scene setting – gorgeous stately home, beautiful country park and the Go Ape signature forest.

Take in the view of Normanby Hall as you make your way to the courses and with a Deer Park close by you’ll have a treetop view of these magnificent animals once your adventure is underway.

The Country Park is a beautiful 300-acre estate set in the heart of North Lincolnshire. Take yourself off and explore the house and grounds which includes an award-winning Victorian Walled Garden.

Take a walk through the Deer Park (January to the end of September) and head over to the well-stocked fishing lake if you’re a fishing enthusiast.

There’s lots of children-friendly fun on offer too with two play areas, a children’s Splashpad (open throughout the summer months) a land train and a Farming Museum. A number of activity trails will get you all out and about exploring the park.

The Stableyard Café serves a wide range of hot and cold food and drinks and there’s also a gift shop selling a wide range of products.

Location Overview

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  • Dogs welcome

  • Gift shop

  • Kids play area

  • Walking routes

Go Ape, Normanby Hall Country Park, Normanby Park, Normanby, Scunthorpe, DN15 9HU

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Know Before You Go

  • Wear sensible clothes for adventure.
  • Footwear must be sturdy and suitable for the outdoors. No sandals, slip off shoes, open toes or heels.
  • Gloves are a good idea. Either bring a pair or you can buy them at the cabin on the day.
  • Parking is up to £4 for the day, bring some change, book in advance to avoid the Normanby Hall Admission Fee (£7 per adult and £4 per child aged 5 to 16)

make a day of it

  • Head over to the stables to see the amazing Horse and Rider sculptures.
  • Explore the grounds and gardens.
  • Check out forthcoming events happening at the Hall.
  • Treat yourself to something delicious from the café.

  • Brilliant day out. Instructors were supportive, kind and encouraging. All our children had a great time. We will definitely return

    Karen

  • A great experience full of fun climbs, swings and drops!

    rebecca cowley

  • My grandson and I thoroughly enjoyed our experience at Go Ape from the start the staff were very friendly and made us feel really welcome the instructions given were really easy to understand the actual climbing and trials where excellent with a wide variety of challenges to take part in I would recommend Go APE to any one in the future.

    customer

  • My 12 and 8 year old sons have completed Go Ape junior twice at Normanby Hall and once at Dalby Forest. They've loved it each time and the staff have been so good and encouraging with them. At Normanby Hall I watched a staff member encouraging a little girl who was scared of going down the zip line. He was so good with her and she eventually went down and loved it. I wouldn't hesitate in recommending Go Ape. I might even try it myself one day!

    Mrs Sarah Edwards

  • Booked for Grandchildren. Staff were brilliant with them especially the youngest who was a little nervous.

    customer

  • absolutely fantastic day out, takes you back to childhood. although the body is feeling it now. very friendly staff and Andrea delivered the brief in a fun non patronising way, offering advice all the way around the course.

    Andrew Maclennan