Ascoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens

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March, 2019

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As well as being a museum, Ascoughfee Hall is surrounded by large gardens. In the summer months these are bright with a display of bedding plants. In early March there was little colour apart from a few primulas.

They are planted with conifers and specimen trees which provide colour and interest throughout the year. The massive bulk of the yew hedge trimmed into different shapes is particularly striking. There is also a box parterre garden as well as an ornamental lake leading to the war memorial designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.

Entry is free and there is a cafe too! They are a short walk from the shopping centre and a lovely place to drop out away from the bustle of Spalding.


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