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Harlaxton Manor Gardens

Immaculate formal gardens beside a stunning stately home.

  • 4.7

  • from 97 Google reviews

Harlaxton Manor
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About the garden

With French terraces, an Italian garden, a Dutch canal and even an observatory, the formal gardens beside Harlaxton Manor are a feast for the senses. Manicured lawns, blooming flowers and sculpted trees decorate the rolling hills that wrap around the manor which creates a spectacular backdrop.

The gardens also include an incredible 19th century conservatory where orange trees and tropical plants grow, some of which were donated by the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew.

Opening times

2021 Open Days 21 & 22 August

Useful details

Garden area

56 Acres

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a food stall and a cafe/restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating.

Family

Yes - Children of all ages.

Wheelchair access

Mostly inaccessible (some paths moderately flat and paved). Please let one of our team aware of any specific needs on arrival and we will do our best to support you.

Shops

None

Lincolnshire, NG32 1AG

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Find the garden

Harlaxton Manor Gardens
Lincolnshire
NG32 1AG
Sat Nav Postcode
NG32 1AG
Public Transport
No 8 from Grantham to Melton Mowbray - Can asked to be dropped off outside the Gregory Pub.
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Google reviews

  • 4.7

  • from 97 Google reviews

Craig Otta

a month ago

5

Had the opportunity to study and live there as part of the University of Evansville experience. Lots of history and secret passages, as well as easy travel to most European countries. Greatest adventure of my life.

Donald Monk

a month ago

5

Open day at Easter was very welcome as it is not normally open to the public. Lovely weather and students and staff very friendly. Plenty of activities arranged for the family. Always wanted to visit here.

Marianne Beasley

2 weeks ago

5

A stunning location with lots of walks. We visited this time to do the bluebell walk for the 2nd time. This is the best place so see a carpet of blue. Definitely worth a visit when thus is on and only £5.

Vamsi M (Vamsi)

2 weeks ago

5

Beautiful location. 45 minutes long walk in the bluebell woods. Points 1-8. Little hike. Best place for photoshoot 😀

Ann Hawkins

a month ago

3

My daughter and I visited on Easter Saturday. To be honest, I found the interior very disappointing - no furniture or information, and very plain and lots of more modern wooden panels. It's nowhere near as opulent as I expected, considering the exterior. I asked a student a question about the house, and her reply was "I don't know anything about the house, I'm only here to study"!! We had a walk round the gardens which were ok, but the gardeners need to clean up water features and the statues, they'd look so much better. I'm glad I've seen it, but I don't feel any need to visit again, unfortunately

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01476 403000

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