Elsham Hall Gardens & Country Park
Moated medieval house owned by the Elwes Family and held in Trust for Robert Geoffrey Elwes and Gervase Arthur Rudolf Elwes
Brigg, Lincolnshire, DN20 0QZGet Directions
- Cafe / restaurant
- Free parking
- Garden only
- Mostly wheelchair accessible
- Parkland / open spaces
- Picnic area
Elsham Hall Gardens and Country Park offers beautiful lakeside gardens, a contemporary walled garden, an adventure playground and a variety of animals and birds.
The Walled Garden is a magnificent 4 acre site which has been excitingly re-landscaped. Originally a private garden for cultivating flowers, fruit and vegetables for the ‘big’ house it is now a contemporary garden to be enjoyed by all.
There are drifts of bulbs in the spring and wild flowers in the summer. There is a sensory garden and a ‘one world’ area, paddocks for friendly sheep and goats, a guinea pig village, aviaries and a variety of sculptures.
You’ll also find a selection of small domestic and farm animals which live in the park and garden areas.
Park is open everyday. Monday-Friday 11am – 5pm. Sat & Sun 10am – 5pm.
Monday – Thursday the park entrance fee will be taken through The Secret Garden Tea Room.
Please show your season ticket in the Tea room also before entering the park.
Contactless payment is preferred at all times. Historic Houses members must bring their membership card.
Bookings are NOT required to visit our garden/park.
Please note: The information on the Historic Houses website is advisory, but please always check the website of the house or garden you intend to visit before travelling.
Historic Houses members visit for free.
OAP & Cons: £5.50
Family tickets: £22
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