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Ormesby Hall

Church Lane
Ormesby
Middlesborough
Cleveland
TS7 9AS

Ormesby Hall is an intimate home lived in by the Pennyman family for more than 300 years, with fine plaster work, carved wood decoration and fascinating portraits.

The Victorian laundry and kitchen with scullery and game larder are worth exploring, and there is a beautiful stable block (let to the Cleveland Mounted Police) that can be seen from the hall.

Ormesby has the only National Trust model railway layouts on permenant display. There is also an attractive garden and Holly Walk.

What's New:
Lively programme of events and activities, some on weekdays.



  • Open Air Concerts

  • Speciality guided tours

  • Family Memorabilia

  • Tearoom open same times as the Hall

  • Licensed for Civil Weddings and Receptions

  • Lunchtime lectures.

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  • Directions

    By Road: Follow the signs from A19/A174 to Ormesby Hall on Ladgate Lane for car entrance, coach entrance only on Church Lane.
    3 miles south of Middlesborough, Ormesby Hall is 500 metres east of the entrance to the Capt. Cook Museum. Ample free parking available.

    Public Transport: Bus service available from Middlesbrough centre. Please check as required.
    Sat Nav users: Please use TS3 0SR for main entrance gates.

    Ormesby Hall Postcode for SatNav: TS7 9AS

    Contact

     
    Tel:
    +44 (0)1642 324 188
    +44 (0)1642 300 937 (Events)
    Fax:
    +44 (0)1642 300 937
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