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Acres and acres of grass to walk/run around, ducks to feed, play hide and seek among the rhododendrons and in the gardens.
Hall museum quite interesting for a walk round – and it’s free.
Cannon Hall Farm, see and feed the animals, adventure playground, picnic on
the benches or eat in the cafe.
Cannon Hall is a country house museum set in 70 acres of historic parkland. For over two hundred years Cannon Hall was home to the Spencer (later Spencer-Stanhope) family, who made their fortune in the local iron industry.
In the 1760s the architect John Carr of York was employed by the family to enlarge the Hall and redesign the interior.
Subsequent alterations include the addition of the magnificent oak-panelled Ballroom in 1891.
The Museum has a shop stocking a range of greetings cards, local history books, confectionery and giftware.
Cannon Hall has a lively programme of events throughout the year and runs a temporary exhibition and education programme.
Gardens and Park open all year round.
Please note the Walled Garden is locked at night.
Admission and parking charges
Entry to the museum, park and gardens is, though there is a charge for some events.