Monday 2nd May
The Lincolnshire Churches Trust Open Gardens
After a two-year absence, due to Covid restrictions, we are pleased to announce the Lincolnshire Churches Trust Open Gardens Day is back!
Visit Grimsthorpe Park & Gardens on Bank Holiday Monday 2nd May, and we will donate your entry cost to the Lincolnshire Churches Trust. All money raised will go towards supporting the Trust with financial grants to assist the Lincolnshire Churches with maintenance and repair, to protect and preserve them for future generations to enjoy.
Join us on this lovely spring day to celebrate Lincolnshire’s grandest house!
Gardens open 10.30am-6pm
Family (3+2) £22
Castle open 12pm-4pm (last entry 3.15pm)
Family (2+3) £36
Our tea tent will be open all day serving light lunches, delicious cakes, and tea, coffee and cold drinks.
As well as this we have the Woodland Adventure Playground, and 3000 acres of parkland to explore!
Top your day off with a visit to our Gift Shop where we sell locally sourced gifts and ice cream.
Why not take a trip to nearby Edenham Church, which houses our eighteen century family monuments!
“Nowhere else in the world are there so many magnificent churches in so small an area.”
“But somebody has to maintain them. Most parishes do their best, but many, especially the small ones, need encouragement and financial help. Lincolnshire Churches Trust was founded in 1952 by Lord Ancaster and Bishop Harland to preserve and protect our churches, it was then given the title of Lincolnshire Old Churches Trust and remained so until Autumn 2008. It is non-denominational, and will help any church or chapel which is over 100 years old. But we need more friends, more subscribers, more help, more support. In its first 50 years, the Trust made 1,157 grants to 495 different places of worship, totalling £1.5 million.”