Things to do at Lotherton Hall review
Lotherton Hall is a country house near Leeds, West Yorkshire that also has a small wildlife park in its grounds. Outdoors there is plenty to do at Lotherton. There is a playground for under 8’s and also an adventure playground for older children with twin zip wires and more. This is located near to the house, a little further on from here you will find their wildlife park. It’s got a relatively new visitor centre with a lovely shop.
You then enter next to the penguins which are fascinating to watch. Other animals include flamingos, other birds, tapir and more. There is also 8 acres of Edwardian gardens to explore including walled gardens and a hide to watch the deer.
There is a cute chapel next to the house which is worth having a look inside. You can look around restored servants rooms and also upstairs. Families can rummage around some of their cabinets with different historical objects inside, there is a trail and interactive displays upstairs plus dress up.
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FAQ and Further Information Lotherton Hall
Is there food and drink available?
There is a cafe on-site selling hot and cold food and drinks.
What are the main things to do?
House that you can look around, play areas, wildlife park, gardens. There are toilets on-site and a cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Cheap – If you purchase your tickets online in advance it costs just under £8.00 for an adult and just £3.75 for a child (5 to 15 years). Under 5’s are free.
Is there parking?
There is free parking.
When are they open?
Lotherton Hall is open almost all year round. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome to all areas except the Stables Café and bird garden. Dogs need to be kept on leads in the gardens and courtyard but are free to roam the rest of the grounds if kept under control. Water and bowls are available in the courtyard.
Are they accessible?
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