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A family home built in the 1450s, Ayscoughfee Hall stands in 5 acres of Gardens. The Hall tells the story of the people who lived here, as well as local history, and the Gardens are full of interesting features including an ice house and War...more
All reviews local history well worth a visit gardens are lovely town life old house free attraction free entry light refreshments lovely surprise looked great town centre small cafe an interesting place little gem wander around historic building play area
Living nearby, we go to this old house and gardens quite frequently. The garden alone is worth exploring for it's topiary trees and beautifully laid out beds. The house has an interesting museum, good for younger visitors and a café with toilets out in the...More
One of my favourite places to go, the gardens are lovely and the kids enjoy feeding the ducks and the fish on the pond although you are not allowed to feed them bread you can buy the food for 20p a bag. The site has...More
This is a free attraction and best visited in summer when gardens are at best,the museum is interesting and good information for Lincolnshire people ,I personally loved hearing about the lady who gave birth to so many children and survived which was good in those...More
Pleasant garden to walk round on a lovely Autumn afternoon, but for goodness sake don't miss the museum- a real treasure and helpful staff. Enjoyed all the different rooms- especially the dialect word quiz and listening to the local accent and information about the explorers....More
We’ve visited many times and will continue to do so. The gardens are pretty and well kept, the museum is interesting and well set out.
The children’s okay area could do with a bit of attention - would be good if it was a little...More