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Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens

Ayscoughfee Hall Museum



Ayscoughfee Hall Museum is set in a Medieval Hall dating back to around 1451. This fascinating grade I listed building includes exhibitions, displays and educational opportunities for all to enjoy.

There's always something going on at Ayscoughfee, whether it's concerts, theatrical performances, craft sessions or art exhibitions. Please see our Events section for further details.

Join the Ayscoughfee Adventurers again this year and have historical fun!

Entry to the Museum and Gardens is FREE.

Opening Times - Museum

The Hall is open from 10.30am to 4pm, Wednesday to Sunday, and Bank Holidays too.

Opening Times-
Ayscoughfee Cafe

April to September, every day from 10am to 5pm.
October to March, every day from 10am to 3.30pm.

Opening Times - Gardens
Monday to Saturday, from 8am until dusk.
Sunday, from 10am until dusk.
Closing hours change throughout the year.


Access to Ayscoughfee Hall Museum & Gardens 

The history of Ayscoughfee Hall 

Ayscoughfee Hall Museum collections      

Ayscoughfee Hall refurbishment 2003-2006     

Ayscoughfee Hall discoveries 2003-2006     

The Johnson cup    

Volunteering at Ayscoughfee

Ayscoughfee Gardens

Ayscoughfee Garden Project 2008

Ayscoughfee Hall Museum
Churchgate
Spalding
Lincolnshire
PE11 2RA

Tel: (01775) 764555
Email: museum@sholland.gov.uk

Note: Please only use this email address for enquiries about Ayscoughfee Hall Museum. Please contact the Tourist Information Centre with any other enquiries.

Map of the location of Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens

The Geest Gallery is Ayscoughfee Hall Museum's temporary exhibition space. The Gallery has a lively programme of changing exhibitions showcasing the talents of all kinds of different local, national and international artists.

Geest Gallery Exhibitions 2014

The Geest Gallery is now fully booked until the end of 2014, but if you are interested in exhibiting your art work at Ayscoughfee Hall Museum, please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss it in 01775 764555 or museum@sholland.gov.uk.

Lots of exciting events are held at Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens every year, including children's arts and craft activities, re-enactments, musical and theatrical shows, as well as themed Christmas events for all the family.

Theatre at Ayscoughfee Hall Museum & Gardens

We're licensed to hold civil wedding and partnership ceremonies, so why not contact us for further information about holding your ceremony in this unique setting?

We also hold a wide range of corporate and community events here at the Museum, so if you've never thought of holding your event in a Museum, please contact us to see how we can help!
We've now launched our education programme of self-led sessions free of charge that are closely linked to the National Curriculum, and provide a great learning experience for all.
Sessions include
Exploring homes in the past
A 'grete' Tudor house
Snapshot 1851 and 1901
and more!

With the opportunity to use our resource boxes filled with typical reproduction artefacts during your session, Ayscoughfee Hall Museum's education programme provides a unique opportunity to learn, in a unique setting!

All of the information and resources are available to download here, along with general information about the Hall itself, and details of how to book your visit!
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telephone: 01775 761161
email: info@sholland.gov.uk

Council Offices
Priory Road, Spalding
PE11 2XE

Offices open Mon to Fri:
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Tue:8.30am - 5.15pm*
Wed:9.00am - 5.15pm*
Thu:8.30am - 5.15pm*
Fri:8.30am - 4.45pm
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