Although the school holidays are over, the fun continues daily at Sewerby Hall and Gardens.
Until Sunday, 24 September, BRICKLIVE Animal Paradise – an exclusive animal kingdom – brings to life an incredible display of some of the world’s most beautiful endangered species, hand-built using 556,086 bricks.
A total of 15 animal statues – many of which are life-size – around the gardens, including the Walled Garden, offer a fascinating and memorable day out, whilst also reminding visitors of the importance of preserving endangered species from around the world.
BRICKLIVE Animal Paradise is a unique interactive experience bringing important animal and habitat facts to life in a fun and entertaining way.
Councillor Nick Coultish, portfolio holder for culture, leisure and tourism, said: “From a Bengal tiger to a massive gorilla, a dolphin, an orangutan, a selfie safari truck and much more, BRICKLIVE Animal Paradise has it all.
“It follows on from the recent Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, offering a fun experience whilst reminding us of the beauties and importance of the animal kingdom and the vital need to conserve it. It’s perfect for visitors of all ages.”
Normal admission prices and opening hours apply.
For full details of BRICKLIVE Animal Paradise, and all facilities at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, including the house, the gardens, the zoo, and the Clock Tower Café, visit www.sewerbyhall.co.uk