While in Spalding why not visit some of our attractions? There’s something for everyone: history, sightseeing and retail therapy!
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.
Travel to and from Springfields Outlet Shopping & Festival Gardens to Spalding Town Centre with a relaxing 30 minutes cruise.
Embarkation point behind the South Holland Centre. Tickets available on the taxi, from the South Holland Centre or Springfields Information Centre.
Springfields combines over 55 outlet stores with 25 acres of leisure attractions. Enjoy top brands including Nike, M&S, Gap Outlet, and Radley and choose from a range of cafes and restaurants to find something to eat or drink.
Spalding’s living Blacksmith Museum. See demonstrations, buy hand crafted items and even have a go yourself (small fee applies to cover materials).
The South Holland Centre offers cinema, live performances, workshops and clubs and ticket agency sales for local events. See the website for events and performances that coincide with your visit.
Much more than just a garden centre. Baytree is a wonderful world of endless discovery, where both the specialist and beginner can explore every aspect of gardening in breathtaking displays in over 16 acres. Baytree also has a number of outlet stores and an Owl Centre.
Three storeys of action packed padded play structure with slides, deck climbs, roller squeezes, and a spooky spider cave!
Moulton Mill is the tallest windmill in the country and stands at 100ft high to the top of the cap.
Living history since 1822 !
Superb traditional Romany horse-drawn Vardos (caravans), carts and harness etc. Also the largest collection of Romany photographs and sketches covering the last 150 years. Large and comfortable lecture room for slide-show and talk on the Romany Way of Life.