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Ayscoughfee Hall Museum, Spalding

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Ayscoughfee Hall Museum & Gardens are a unique Medieval survivor, set in the Lincolnshire market town of Spalding. The Hall contains a fascinating Arts Council England Accredited museum, with displays about the history of the Hall and the people who lived here, as well as Spalding and the surrounding Fens.

The Hall is set in over 5 acres of beautiful Gardens that combine the past and the present with an Edwin Lutyens-designed War Memorial, Ice House and majestic sculptural yew hedge, as well as a bowling green, tennis courts, childrens' play area and excellent cafe.

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TripAdvisor
  • This is well worth a visit, the hall is free to go into and very interesting for all ages. The gardens are large and pushchair friendly, just watch the two large water areas with children. There is a ...  more »
  • There is a lovely cafe in the gardens here. We came for coffee and ended staying for lunch too. Had a ploughmans - very nice. We came in the summer when the roses were out but I think it would be nice...  more »
  • Attended a friends wedding and took advantage of having a look around whilst awaiting the ceremony. The whole place is bright, clean and very interesting. The grounds are immaculate. The room was set ...  more »
Google
  • Great place to visit plenty for the kids to do and a great museum to visit
  • Easy and cheap day out. The gardens are beautiful and there is a lot of history there.
  • Great Gardens, Very well maintained. Nice little cafe to go to.
  • Lovely hidden gem of a place.
  • Nice old hall and gardens.