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COVID-19 Update:

In light of the announcement made by the Prime Minister on Monday 22nd February 2021, we are hoping to be able to open Murton Park in the following stages:

The outside areas will be able to reopen to visitors from Monday April 12th 2021 and it is hoped that the inside areas can follow on Monday May 17th 2021.

The DVLR will be running freight train and shunting demonstrations on Sundays and Bank Holidays from Sunday 18th April 2021, and hope to be able to resume their passenger services later on in the season when it’s safe and allowable to do so.

We very much look forward to welcoming back all our visitors to Murton Park, but until then we hope that you and those around you are staying safe and well.

All of the above dates are subject to change depending on the current guidance applicable at the time. 

Murton Park is home to the Yorkshire Museum of Farming, Danelaw Centre for Living History and the Derwent Valley Light Railway and is located to the East of York in the Village of Murton. The postcode is YO19 5UF.

Conveniently this is near the A64, making it incredibly easy by car. You can follow brown signs for ‘Yorkshire Museum of Farming’. If you are feeling  energetic we are also on Sustrans cycle route 66.

If you have any questions related to our location, please contact us on enquiries@murtonpark.co.uk or call us on 01904 489966 . If you are already en-route to us and are having trouble then calling would be the best option so we can assist you more quickly.

The map below can be opened with Google to give you directions.

Public transport The 747 (Pocklington) East Yorkshire bus service runs from York railway station to Murton village. Leave the village via Murton Lane and the museum is a couple of minutes walk on your right. Please note this includes walking on a road with no pavement. For timetables click here. The No. 10 First York bus service runs from York railway station to Grimston Court. The museum is a 5/10 minute walk away. From the bus, follow Bore Tree Baulk. At the end cross the A166 and turn right, Murton Lane is on the left. The museum is at the far end of the lane on the left. Please note this also includes walking on roads with no pavement. For timetables click here.