Parks & Gardens

Helping to conserve and raise awareness of Lincolnshire's garden heritage for the future.

Lincolnshire Gardens Trust is a registered charity to help the protection, enjoyment and enhancement of Lincolnshire's gardens and parks.

Parks & Gardens in Lincolnshire

Please note that while we aim to keep pages up to date, LGT will not be held responsible for any errors or inaccuracies in information published.

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To see the gardens on a map please click on the link opposite.

Arboretum

Lincoln

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Aubourn Hall

Lincoln, LN5 9DZ

Wedding Reception Venue, the gardens are open for private group tours by appointment only, and open for various charities throughout the year.

9 acres. Lawns, mature trees, shrubs, roses, mixed borders, rose garden, large prairie and topiary garden, spring bulbs, woodland walk and ponds. CII church adjoining.

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Ayscoughfee Hall

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Belton House & Gardens

(National Trust)

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Walled Garden Baumber

near Horncastle

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19th century double walled garden that once belonged to the former Stourton Hall. Approx. 4 acres. Dogs welcome, plants for sale, special events include music and arts & crafts.

Bain Valley Park

Horncastle

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Opened to the public in 2010 the park was created on top of an old rubbish tip. Grassed open space for community events, edged with a seating wall, landscaping, viewing platforms, footpaths, cycle ways, disabled car parking facilities, and a variety of natural habitats. This includes areas of wet woodland, a new ditch/swale, areas of wildflower meadow, and native species planting along the adjacent river banks.


Brightwater Gardens

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Cleethorpes Country Park

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Cleethorpes Pier/Sea Front Gardens

DN35 8LG

Landscaped waterfront gardens with a waterfall, putting green, crazy-golf course & Victorian folly. A statue of the boy with the leaking boot was presented to the town in 1918 by John Carlborn formally stood in the Pier Gardens before being moved to the town hall, with a replica on display in the Tourist Information Office. It is comprised of 3 areas:

  • Dolphin Gardens has trees, flower beds and shrubs. It is dominated by a central piece of art work of an anchor with dolphins.
  • Sea Road has a central island of gardens.
  • Pier Gardens – features a large tarmac area with two wall gardens in the centre and to the left a wildlife area. There are trees, shrubs, and flower beds and a waterfall cascading from the top of the gardens down onto Central Promenade. There is also a putting green and crazy golf.
  • To the south there is a maze and a war memorial dedicated to the crews and ground staff of RAF North Coates. At the end of Pier Gardens is Ross Castle a Victorian folly dating to around 1885 when Pier Gardens was first built.

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Cleethorpes Haverstoe Park

DN35 0LF

Bowling green, sensory garden and playground.

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Cleethorpes Boating lake and gardens

DN35 0AQ

A trail encircles a body of water, which has fish, ducks and a wading pool, plus boats for rent.

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Doddington Hall

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Elizabethan mansion complete with walled courtyards, faithful to the original Elizabethan layout. Mix of formal and wild gardens.

Open various times throughout the year including a popular sculpture exhibition in late summer.


Dunholme Lodge Gardens & RAF Memorial

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Often open for NGS (National Garden Scheme)


Easton Walled Gardens

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Elsham Hall Gardens and Country Park

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Goltho Gardens

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4.5 acres




Grimsthorpe Castle Park & Gardens

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Gunby Hall

(National Trust)

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Hackthorn Hall, Lincoln

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15 acres of formal and woodland gardens.

Some sections designed by Bunny Guinness.

Hall Farm, Harpswell

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3 acres

Garden open all year. In the past has also been open for a sculpture exhibition and often open for various charities, including NGS (National Garden Scheme).

Hamerton Gardens

Horncastle, LN9 6EG

Quiet formal gardens with rose, flower and herbaceous plantings. Open grass area, seating, site of Korean War Veterans Memorial.

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Harrington Hall, Spilsby

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Holywell Hall

Stamford, PE9 4DT

Wedding venue.

Private residence, all viewings are by appointment only.

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Little Ponton

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Marigold Cottage, Sutton-On-Sea

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Normanby Hall Country Park

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Pottertons Nursery

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Sir Joseph Banks Tribute Garden

Horncastle, LN9 5HZ

Includes many plants which have a connection to him. They represent specimens either seen and catalogued on the Endeavour or collected by gardeners who were sponsored by him.

In 2020 the Banks Society will be commemorating the bi-centennial of the death of Sir Joseph Banks.

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Skegness Tower Gardens

Skegness

Lake, children's play area, open grass areas, floral beds, shrub and herbaceous plantings and mature trees.

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Vine and Coronation Walks

Skegness

A quiet woodland walk, mature trees provide a good birdlife habitat, large area of open grass, some seating.

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Foreshore Gardens

Skegness

Boating Lake, Bowling Greens, Formal gardens with roses, flower, shrub and herbaceous plantings, Open grass area, Paddling pool, Illuminations, Water feature, Waterway, Seating.

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Springfield Show Gardens

Spalding

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Pleasure Gardens

Sutton on Sea

Bowling green, Floral gardens, open grass area, paddling pool, water features, war memorial, seating

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The Old Rectory

East Keal

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Often open for the National Garden Scheme (NGS)



The Medieval Bishop’s Palace

Lincoln

(English Heritage)

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See article

Westgate fields

Louth, LN11 9YN

Varied collection of trees, open grass area, seating, quiet walks, 4 large leaf sculptures - part of Louth Art Trail

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Hubbard's Hills

Louth, LN11 0QW

The parks was gifted to the people of Louth in the very early twentieth century by Auguste Alphonse Pahud, and the Pahud memorial sits in the middle of the it. Hubbard's Hills is run by a charitable trust, the Hubbard's Hills Trust, which was set up in 2009. It is home to a wide variety of animals. including squirrels, kingfishers, rabbits, ducks, moorhens and water voles.

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Whisby Nature Park

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Woodlands

Louth, LN11 0UW

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Royal Square

Woodhall Spa, LN10 6QL

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Wyndham Park

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