Parks & Gardens in Lincolnshire

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Normanby Hall Country Park, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire

Normanby Hall Country Park, Scunthorpe

The Normanby Hall Country Park features a restored Victorian walled garden, a farming museum, a stableyard, duck ponds, a deer sanctuary, a fishing lake, a miniature railway and broadleaf woodland. The park surrounds Normanby Hall, a classic English mansion, located near the village of Burton-upo...

Aubourn Hall Gardens, Aubourn, Lincolnshire

Aubourn Hall Gardens, Aubourn

Seven miles southwest of Lincoln, off the A607 at Harmston or off the A46 through Haddington, is Aubourn Hall.This charming, historic building has stood since the later years of the Tudor dynasty with the work finally completed during the early 17th century. It resides within a most beautiful landsc...

Goltho Gardens, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire

Goltho Gardens, Market Rasen

In the historic town of Market Rasen can be found a four and a half acre family-run garden with annual appeal.With stunning variety and a riot of colour, Goltho Gardens has been dubbed “one of the great gardens of the future” by Lincolnshire Life. It offers long winding pathways through a wonder...

Hartsholme Country Park, Skellingthorpe, Lincolnshire

Hartsholme Country Park, Skellingthorpe

Hartsholme Country Park lies about 3 miles (5 km) southwest of the city centre of Lincoln, accessible via the B1378.The park covers more than 200 acres and was opened in 1979. It holds a prestigous Green Flag Award and features paths and wide open spaces, lakes and ornamental grounds, originally the...

Tower Gardens, Skegness, Lincolnshire

Tower Gardens, Skegness

Originally known as "The Pleasure Gardens" when the park was opened in 1878. The gardens are home to a bandstand still in use today, youngsters playarea, adventure run and small lake. There are also plenty of open grass areas to simply sit, eat and relax.

Bourne War Memorial Gardens, Bourne, Lincolnshire

Bourne War Memorial Gardens, Bourne

Well kept gardens, with ducks, willows and flower beds a plenty. The bank to the far side of the gardens beside the river is the base of the curtain wall of Bourne Castle's inner bailey. As the inner bailey moat, this water was three times this width.