Cracking time is on the cards at Gunby for Easter

A sun-kissed Gunby Hall.
A sun-kissed Gunby Hall.

The National Trust’s Gunby Hall and Gardens has re-opened and is gearing up for the Easter break.

The site will be open free of charge to visitors on March 28-29 as part of Discover Lincolnshire Weekend.

Families can also enjoy a Cadbury’s Easter Egg trail through the gardens on April 5 and 6. Normal admission charges apply for this, plus £1 per trail.

The re-opening of the site had been delayed due to ground conditions in the car park

“We can’t wait to welcome visitors again,” said house manager Astrid Gatenby.

“We have some exciting events and open days coming up in the weeks ahead so it’s great that National Trust gave us the green light to safely open our gates for 

“The gardens are full of spring colour from daffodils, hellebores and primroses and are perfect for a spring day outing.”

The Gunby Orchard will be opened specially throughout March and April.

The gardens and tea-room are open daily from 11am-5pm. The house is closed on Thursday and Friday but open on all other days from 11am-5pm (last admission at 4pm). Admission is free for National Trust members, otherwise £7.50 for house and gardens; £5 for gardens only.