Easton Walled Gardens

Easton Walled Gardens
Attractions | Grantham
450 years ago, Easton Walled Gardens was owned by the Cholmeley family and enclosed by a stone wall. It still is today. Come and see one of the East Midland's greatest garden restorations and discover why President F.D. Roosevelt described it as 'A Dream of Nirvana'. Explore the history and romance of this very English 12 acre garden, eat delicious cake and wander amongst the flowers and wildflowers. The gardens are famous for sweet peas, snowdrops, wildflowers and real gardening. For group visits - talks and tours are available. There is beautiful accommodation for visitors wishing to make an overnight stay.
Easton
Grantham
NG33 5AP
www.visiteaston.co.uk
info@eastonwalledgardens.co.uk
01476 530063

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Easton
Grantham
NG33 5AP
www.visiteaston.co.uk
info@eastonwalledgardens.co.uk
01476 530063

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