VISIT SINAI PARK HOUSE

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THINGS TO DO AT SINAI PARK HOUSE

TOURS AND TEAS

Organised parties can book tours of Sinai Park House. Cream teas and other refreshments are also available. Pre-booking is essential, via the contact us page. Prices on application.


COMMERCIAL HIRE

Band playing in a marque at Sinai Park House

Sinai Park House offers several opportunities for hire – for events, meetings, location filming and photography, or other ideas for discussion. Pre-booking is essential, via the contact us page.


RESTORATION

If you would be interested in getting involved with the restoration of Sinai Park House, there are opportunities to do so via the Society for the Preservation of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) and through Burton and South Derbyshire College.


HISTORIC HOUSES

Sinai Park House is a member of Historic Houses, please click here for more details.


EDUCATIONAL

School and college parties can book tours of Sinai Park House. Activities can be arranged to suit project or coursework. Pre-booking is essential, via the contact us page. Prices on application.


GHOST WALKS

Numerous legends and ghost stories surround Sinai – more than fifty different ghosts. The site has seen investigations by both Channel 4’s Time Team and Most Haunted. There are Cavaliers and Roundheads, Elizabethan travellers, witchcraft, Medieval farmers who poisoned their wives, ghostly horse-drawn carts and carriages, not to mention a white lady on the bridge over the moat, the black dogs and the most famous Sinai ghost, Henry Paget, second in command to Wellington at Waterloo. Reputedly, there is also a tunnel from the house to Burton Abbey. Prices on application via www.burtonghostandhistorywalk.co.uk


A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE

Sinai Park House is a feature part of a network of fantastic National Forest walks. Many are circular with numerous access points and lovely pubs en route. There are long – ten mile plus – walks and shorter strolls of less than a mile plus everything in between. Maps and information are available online and for download on the National Forest website.