From historic tours of the site, including afternoon teas, future events will include open-air theatre, forest schools, yoga retreats and other one-off events throughout the year. Sinai Park House is open for people of all ages to enjoy.

A place for rest and recuperation

Since the site was first built on in the 1200s, Sinai Park House has always been used as a place of rest and recuperation. The location and site of Sinai has a big significance – it is home to an ancient healing spring – Chalybeate waters which are salts of iron. The spring is why the monks of Burton Abbey chose Sinai Park House for their place of respite after bloodletting.