Opening Times and Prices

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 open to visitors from Easter till the end of October. Doors open at 10:00 am and close at 4:30 pm with last admission at 3.30 pm. Dogs on a lead very welcome.

Admission prices

Adults: £8.00

Concessions: £7.00

Children: £7.00

Family: £25.00*

* 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children (under 2s are free)

Admission prices give unlimited return visits for 12 months  and includes a free audio guide and unlimited rides on the Derwent Valley Light Railway.** Please note that Admission prices include entry to the whole site, but during school term time there may be limited or no access to the living history sites. The DVLR only run trains on Sundays and Bank Holiday weekends. Group discounts and guided tours can also be arranged for interested parties but must be pre-booked. Please contact enquiries@murtonpark.co.uk Free entry for Blue Peter Badge card holders  and  Young Archaeologists Club members. Gift Aid Gift Aid is a government scheme, which enables charities to reclaim the basic rate tax you have paid as a UK taxpayer, this is an extra 25p for every £1 of the total paid. We would be very grateful if you would consider making a Gift Aid Declaration when you visit, is at no extra cost to yourself and takes seconds.  If you were to Gift Aid a family ticket at £21 we would get an extra £5.25 from the HMRC making a total of £26.25. This extra income is very important to small independent museums like ourselves and helps ensure that we can continue to keep Yorkshire’s farming history and heritage alive for future generations. For more information on Gift Aid and admissions to the museum please click here to view a guide produced by Visit England.   **The right to free admission is when open to the general visitors. This excludes the Santa Specials. We also reserve the right to exclude or add additional charges for certain special events. See individual events on the what’s on page for more details. Unlimited rides on the DVLR are only when passenger trains are run during standard opening hours and not special events.