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Pink peach blossom on the trees in the Glasshouse
Peach blossom in the Glasshouse | © Tammy Herd

Gardens and parks in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire

With secret gardens, wild parkland and historic pleasure grounds, the gardens in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire are perfect for relaxing and reconnecting with nature.

Top gardens in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire

A view between two flowering blossom trees down a sand coloured path towards a large Georgian house

The garden at Belton House 

Explore the gardens at Belton, including the Italian Garden, a Conservatory and a Dutch Garden with formal bedding schemes. Whatever time of year you visit, the shifting seasons provide a great variety of colour and wildlife to see.

A cluster of small white blossom on a branch trained against a red brick wall

The Walled Kitchen garden at Clumber 

Discover how Clumber Park’s walled kitchen garden is maintained using traditional gardening techniques and is one of only a handful of its kind in existence.

Bright yellow daffodils covering half the picture at the right, with the back of Gunby Hall with all its big windows and red brick walls in the background.

The garden at Gunby 

Discover eight acres of different garden ‘rooms’ with many different colours and textures to enjoy. Throughout each season there is something different to see.

A gardener at the left hand side of the photo holding a rake in the lavendar section of the kitchen garden in front of The Workhouse, Southwell, Nottinghamshire

The garden at The Workhouse 

From plot to pauper plate, explore the recreated Victorian vegetable garden and admire the range of heritage varieties grown.

The back yard at Mr Straw's House, Nottinghamshire

The garden and beyond at Mr Straw's House 

Find out about the great outdoors both near and far through the Straws’ love of cacti and homegrown produce, and their interest in walking through town and the local rights of way.

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    A view of the east and north fronts of the Great Tower at Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire, with the moat in the foreground

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    A medieval castle, Victorian workhouse and 17th century country house are just some of the places you can explore in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.