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Doddington Hall & Gardens, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Doddington Hall & Gardens

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Doddington Hall is a superb Elizabethan mansion completed in 1600 by the brilliant architect, Robert Smythson. The Hall stands today exactly as it was built with its walled gardens, gatehouse and family church. The elegant Georgian interior contains a fascinating collection of pictures, textiles, porcelain and furniture that reflect four centuries of unbroken family occupation. Doddington Hall is surrounded by five acres of romantic, formal and wild gardens. Walled courtyards feature crisp topiary, a knot garden, and sumptuous borders in which Flag Iris and Peonies are a speciality. The wild gardens feature a turf maze, a fabulous spring bulb display, rare rhododendrons, ancient chestnut trees, a temple of the winds and watergarden.
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Nearest UK Airport: East Midlands
Months Open: Gardens Only: Feb 19 – Apr 23, Sundays and Easter Monday from 1pm – 5pm.
House & Gardens: Apr 30 – Sep 27, Sundays, Wednesdays and BH Mondays, House opens 1pm – 5pm, Garden opens 12pm – 5pm.
Group visits/Private parties welcome at other times – call the office for details.
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes - 20+
Coach Parking: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Wedding Facilities: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: House & Garden: Adult £5.50; Child £2.75; Family (2+4) £15.50
Gardens only: Adult £3.80, Child £1.90; Garden Season Ticket £12
Children under 4: Free
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Tea room and Restaurant for booked parties.

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