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Elsham Hall Gardens and Country Park, Brigg

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  • Visited today with my son and grandson. Lovely lunch in the cafe. I visited a few weeks ago with a friend and had a lovely time with plenty of animals to see. Sadly, today we were really disappointed ...  more »
  • Somewhat disappointed. Whilst some of the gardens are well manicured, the walks around the lakes are a little overgrown/left to grow wild. This results in 3' high thistles & nettles that need to be av...  more »
  • Elsham Hall has a lovely tea room, a variety of cute animals, a good playground for children, a beautiful lake with fish and some gardens. There's also an event hall, a forge, an art gallery and a bri...  more »
  • The Gardens were really lovely! I do recommend going here. It seemed like an especially nice place to take children. Personally would skip 'the secret garden' and the 'butterfly walkway' but maybe they're better at a different time of year. I plan on going back with friends
  • A wonderful place, very well planned out with something for everyone, lots of variety within what is actually not a very large area but seems huge - more formal garden areas, woodland and lake walks, various animals, play areas for children, and a little cafe.
  • We took the children for afternoon tea in the Secret Garden tearoom first. The food was lovely, the portions were generous and the staff were so friendly and accommodating. The children enjoyed playing in the toy corner before and after our meal whilst meant that the adults could finish their meal in peace! Afterwards we took them around the park. Even though it was out of season, there was still plenty to explore. The children loved finding the secret garden and the adventure playground was a hit, even if we couldn't feel our toes by the end!
  • Went on a Saturday. It was very busy. £5.75 entrance for not much except a couple of hours walk round. Cramped aviary and birds in them going stir crazy. Male peacocks the only free roaming fowl, apart from some ducks. The tearoom was basic and surprisingly, all the food was served in a polystyrene container, not very environmentally friendly.
  • Very quiet in the winter, not much of the garden is open but it's nice for a short walk. The Secret Garden tearoom serves lovely food and homemade cakes. There are high chairs and toys for children but limited menu choices for them.