Visits and Getting to Full Sutton

Visits are held at the following times:

Thu: 14:10 – 16:15
Fri: 09:00 – 11:00 & 14:00 – 16:15
Sat: 09:15 – 11:10 & 14:10 – 16:15
Sun: 09:15 – 11:10 & 14:15 – 16:15

All visits must be booked through the visits booking number 01759 475 355. This number is available from 09:00 – 12:00 and 14:30 – 16:00 daily.

The Visitors Centre is provided for visitors and has baby changing facilities, toilets, including a toilet for the disabled, a small play area for children and a refreshment machines which serve hot and cold drinks and a variety of confectionery.

Getting There

If you want to plan your journey on public transport visit the Yorkshire Travel  produced web site, (click here). It is an excellent way to plan your visits.


  • Bus: There is a limited local bus service. Visitors from York must catch the York No. 10 service bus from York Station. There is no bus service on Sundays.
  • Train: York is the nearest rail station, and then complete journey by taxi or bus. Taxi costs vary, but you can expect to pay between £12.00 and £15.00 per journey to or from York Station. Please ask at the Visitors Centre for advice.
  • Car: From the North, take the A1 or A19 to York, A166 York to Bridlington – 2 miles from Stamford Bridge.
  • From the North West, take the M6 – M62 to Junction 33 make North on A1 to A64 Tadcaster to York bypass. Leave A64 from A166 Bridlington – 2 miles approx. from Stamford Bridge.
  • From the South, take the A1/M1 – M6 to M62 north at junction 33 to A64 Tadcaster to York bypass. Leave 164 from A166 to Bridlington 2 miles from Stamford Bridge.
  • From the East, Hull/Lincolnshire using Humber Bridge – A1079 Hull to York approx. 25 miles from Hull following signs for Pocklington – Stamford Bridge. Full Sutton is approximately 6 miles from A1079. From Goole: A614 to Bridlington. At Market Weighton roundabout take A1079 and follow signs as for directions from the east.
  • All visitors in cars must park in the visitors car park which is well signposted.

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