Murton Park is located at Yorkshire Museum of Farming, York YO19 5UF, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Murton Park and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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unicorn lover

5 Google Rating

Took my daughter to see Santa here. You met Santa on the train with some elves, then had a guided to

5/ 5

Took my daughter to see Santa here. You met Santa on the train with some elves, then had a guided tour round the Elf Village, it was amazing, the staff were awesome. Think we loved it just as much as my 9 year old. Well worth the money and a definite possibility for another visit next Christmas x

Laura Leafe

5 Google Rating

We had our first trip to Murton Park for the Santa experience and I can't reccommend it enough! Baub

5/ 5

We had our first trip to Murton Park for the Santa experience and I can't reccommend it enough! Baubles the elf was brilliant and the whole christmas town team did a great job interacting with the kids. Santa on the train was a lovely experience and we had lots of fun on the fairground rides. The best Christmas day out we've ever had, just take wellies.

Alex T

5 Google Rating

Fantastic place. The Santa specials at Christmas are absolutely brilliant. Food available, very reas

5/ 5

Fantastic place. The Santa specials at Christmas are absolutely brilliant. Food available, very reasonable.

James Watson

5 Google Rating

What a magical place at Christmas time! A very warm welcome with free sherry and mince pies lots of

5/ 5

What a magical place at Christmas time! A very warm welcome with free sherry and mince pies lots of stalls and fair ground rides with a wonderful christmassy feel! Birds of prey and christmas crafts followed by a very entertaining tour by Bauble the elf and his team of mischievous and very funny elves around Santas village! Then on to Santas trainride where the kids all got a present from the man himself! A very well organised and very entertaining day by people who clearly love what they do, we well definitely be returning. A massive thank you to all involved, keep up the good work!

Neil Staffiere

5 Google Rating

Great place to visit. Lovely and helpful staff. Lots to see and do. Viking village was very interest

5/ 5

Great place to visit. Lovely and helpful staff. Lots to see and do. Viking village was very interesting. And I am now a train driver, ride the train for a fiver. Was taken there for my 58 birthday present, you don't have to a kid to act like one. So highly recommend.

Emma Boast

5 Google Rating

The Yorkshire Museum of Farming is a wonderful day out that will keep you popping back for more! The

5/ 5

The Yorkshire Museum of Farming is a wonderful day out that will keep you popping back for more! There's a history of local farming practices, animals to see as well as a reconstructed Viking village, Medieval House and Roman Fort! Perfect for anyone who loves the outdoors and interactive history. Frequently occupied by Vikings, Cowboys, WW2 and Knights at reenactment events at the weekends, its a brilliant place to visit. Highly recommended 👌

Elisabeth Rose

4 Google Rating

This park is really cool! We absolutely loved the Viking town and the volunteers doing the reenactme

4/ 5

This park is really cool! We absolutely loved the Viking town and the volunteers doing the reenactments were great and really informative. There's a lot to do, we didn't get to the Roman fort and weren't able to get on the cute train because of how many others were also trying, but we still had fun. Not having food available was the only drawback. We don't have a car so it was quite tricky navigating the way there and back but it's a lovely and very unique park. It's definitely worth a few visits!

Colin King

4 Google Rating

Interesting place. Seems to be unsure of want it wants to be and a bit gappy. But engaging day with

4/ 5

Interesting place. Seems to be unsure of want it wants to be and a bit gappy. But engaging day with the railway, agricultural displays. Will go back again. Nice staff.

Katy Johnson

4 Google Rating

The museum was great apart from two of the three sections being closed to the public due to school g

4/ 5

The museum was great apart from two of the three sections being closed to the public due to school groups being in which we weren't told when we booked the tickets. Luckily, we were able to visit one of the sections after the group had left but £11 a ticket would have been a lot of money to look at some sheds in the Roman section had we been earlier in the day. Once we were allowed in, the Viking section was absolutely fantastic and actually well worth it! It would have been nice to have a cuppa whilst there but they did say that the cafe was being refurbished and would be open soon so I look forward to trying this out next time.

Sarah Mead

2 Google Rating

Disappointing. Place was deserted: the living museum wasn't living!, Tudor/Viking/Roman villages wer

2/ 5

Disappointing. Place was deserted: the living museum wasn't living!, Tudor/Viking/Roman villages were empty shells, cafe wasn't open, playground was too small for the amount of children there, railway was closed. The only other people we saw were in the playground. Didn't feel we got value for money at £35 for a family ticket even if it was an annual pass as unlikely to return. Maybe we just went on an off day as the website promised much more?!

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