Gunby Hall and Gardens

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Address: Gunby Hall and Gardens, Gunby, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, PE23 5SS
Phone Number: 01754 890102
Opening Hours: Current opening times.
National Trust Membership: FREE entry to over 500 places & free parking.

Gunby Hall and Gardens consists of a hall with basement, gardens and parkland between Spilsby and Burgh le Marsh in Lincolnshire.

Located just on the edge of the Lincolnshire wolds, the country hall dates from 1700 and was the home of the Massingberds for most of it’s life. The house has 3 floors of characterful rooms with lots of oak panelling and full of interesting items to view including period furniture, paintings, silverware, ceramics and books. There are also servants rooms to view in the basement including the old kitchen and larder plus there are two exhibitions, one about the Massingberd Family and one about Field-Marshal Archibold Montgomery-Massingberd.

The eight acres of gardens includes a Victorian walled garden, greenhouses, a wild-flower walk, carp-pond, orchards, sweeping lawns with a 200 year old cedar tree and interesting out buildings including the apple store and the blue temple. Picnics welcome in gardens and parkland.

  • Free car parking.
  • Boot Room second hand book shop.
  • The Gunby ‘Old Laundry’ tea-rooms serves cakes, snacks and beverages.
  • Plant and produce sales.

Opening Times & Ticket Prices:

  • Please visit the Gunby Hall and Gardens website for opening times and prices.

 


Before you start your journey to Gunby Hall and Gardens for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.

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