Linford Manor Park
Visit historic Linford Manor Park, one of Milton Keynes best-loved parks and gardens
Full of attractions for modern visitors, Linford Manor Park nevertheless gives a clue to past times in its elegant landscaping. This celebrated park and garden area takes in a series of Water Gardens near the Manor and the nearby Grand Union Canal.
Find out more about this wonderful green resource and many others around Milton Keynes, call The Parks Trust on 01908 233600
Just a short drive out of Central Milton Keynes into the delightful village of Great Linford and you will find the following attractions at Linford Manor Park:
Linford Manor, built in 1678 by the Lord Mayor of London, Sir William Pritchard, as his country seat
The remains of four descending water gardens in front of the Manor, now tranquil ponds offering a lovely setting for a picnic
The 13th century church of St Andrew’s with its medieval timber roof and carvings
The community arts centre Artworks, housed in original alms-houses and offering a programme of events, courses and exhibitions throughout the year
Linford Manor Park with its network of paths leading up to the Grand Union Canal and the Railway Walk
Every year in June Linford Manor Park hosts the enormously popular Waterside Festival
Linford Manor Park is just part of up to 4,500 acres of Milton Keynes’ green spaces and parks cared for and maintained by the independent charity The Parks Trust. There is something for all the family in these well-loved parks and gardens with organised events taking place all year round. Once you’ve paid a visited, you will definitely want to come back.
To find out more about Linford Manor Park and other parks and gardens in and around Milton Keynes, call The Parks Trust on 01908 233600