Gunby Hall is getting all dressed up for Christmas and will be opening its doors to the public for three days of festive fun for all the family.
The Lincolnshire landmark will be decorated in all its splendour for the Christmas season and is offering visitors a chance to indulge in the rich history of the building and the families that have lived there.
As well as the lovely Christmas décor, visitors will be treated to carols being played on the grand piano in the Music Room, Christmas story telling in the Library and lots of deliciously festive treats in the tea-room.
The National Trust-run building is known for its grandeur and history and houses a significant collection of art, furniture and silver from the likes of Lord Tennyson and Samuel Johnson.
If that doesn’t do it for you, visitors will also be able to explore the spacious gardens that surround the historic hall.
The 18th century estate boasts 1,500 acres of land and eight acres of Victorian walled gardens for families and history enthusiasts to look around.
The hall will be open on December 2, 9 and 16 from 12 noon to 3pm.
Normal admission charges apply These are - Adult- £6; Child- £3; and Family - £14.
For more information contact Gunby Hall & Gardens on 01754 890102 or email Astrid.Gatenby@nationaltrust.org.uk