Springfields Festival Garden Centre and Celebrity Gardens - less than an hour's drive from Grantham
A Day Out for the whole family
Springfields Festival Garden Centre and Celebrity Gardens
A 45 minute drive from Grantham
Springfields Festival Gardens near Grantham offer:
Water and wetland features
Seasonal flower beds
You will be inspired by the Japanese Gardens and formal gardens You can visit the Fountain Pool which is home to mirror carp, koi carp and ducks which will delight the children.
There is also the Memorial Garden dedicated to the British legion of 2004.
The new gardens have a superb range of different features with the 15 hectare site and offer an all year round opportunity for visitors from Grantham to enjoy a range of experiences with family and friends.
Garden features include
Arboretum - Trees selected for their botanical and visual interest
Dutch Gardens - Come and discover the spectacular floral displays in this 'parterre' setting
Festival Hill - The gardens centre at the end of a avenue of Indian Bean trees.
The Wetlands - Home to marginal and aquatic plants providing habitat for insects and birds
Queen Mothers Tree - Planted by her Royal Highness during her visit to the Festival garden centre in 1986
This is a great day out for anyone living near Grantham where you can also shop at Springfield Outlet Shopping (home to over 40 outlet stores selling famous named brands in fashion and home at great discounts all year around) and the garden centre.
Springfields Outlet Shopping and Festival Gardens plays host to a wide variety of events and concerts. We have had many performances in the gardens from the UK’s premier tribute bands, The Secret Police, Jon’s Elton and The Rat Pack to name but a few which has made Springfields a popular live music venue within the area.
Don't miss our showcase gardens (Charlie Dimmock, Kim Wilde, Chris Beardshaw) and enjoy a family day out set in a 38-acre development at Springfields Outlet Shopping and Festival Gardens Centre and Gardens, Spalding (just a 45 minute drive from Grantham)