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 lots to see and do at Ayscoughfee Hall Museum, including events, re-enactments, craft sessions and exhibitions. Entry to the Museum and Gardens is FREE.
The formal gardens beautifully complement historic Ayscoughfee Hall, and feature a Yew Tree walk dating back to the 1720s. The Ornamental Lake is headed by a War Memorial designed by the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, while hidden to the rear of the gardens is the Ice House which originally served the Hall's kitchens.
The Peace Garden offers a more contemporary theme, while the Herb Garden features a display of the plants that would have been used in the kitchens of Ayscoughfee Hall.
For the more active, facilities include: hard surface tennis courts, a bowling green and putting green. Tickets for these are available from the Pavilion.
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Hold your special day in the unique surroundings of the grade I listed Medieval Ayscoughfee Hall and its five acres of Gardens.
Licensed for up to 40 guests, this is the perfect venue for your perfect day!
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