Sewerby Hall is a Grade I listed country house set within acres of rolling parkland and award-winning gardens overlooking Bridlington Bay.
The hall reopened after extensive refurbishment in summer 2014, in time for its 300th anniversary. The historic interiors have been put back to how they looked in the Edwardian era, using furniture of the period on loan from the V&A as well as the East Riding collection.
The redevelopment also opened up new rooms to the public, including an Edwardian nursery complete with toys and games and a working kitchen.
As well housing an important collection of Amy Johnson memorabilia, the hall hosts temporary exhibitions of regional art and photography, and touring displays.