Inhabited since the 1450s, Ayscoughfee’s owners all left their mark on the Hall and Gardens. A visit to Ayscoughfee is therefore a chance to experience different architectural styles and features from the Medieval to the Victorian along with unique garden features. A visit is an opportunity to come face to face with some of the people that lived there, and to discover what their lives were like. The Museum also tells the story of the historic town of Spalding and the surrounding Fenlands.
The Hall is set in five acres of beautiful Gardens, which feature a listed War Memorial by the celebrated architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, a children’s play area and a café, which all adds up to a fabulous day out.
All this and it’s free to enter too.
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The Hall is open 10.30am – 4pm, Wednesday to Sunday (open Bank Holidays 10.30am – 4pm). The Gardens are open dawn to dusk, year round (except Christmas Day).
Ayscoughfee Hall Museum, Churchgate, Spalding, Lincolnshire PE11 2RA