Brigg Garden Centre
Average time spent – 1+ hour
Things to do at Brigg Garden Centre review
Brigg Garden centre is huge. Like many garden centres across the country, it is also very family-friendly. My son loves a good garden centre visit, especially if it has a play area which this one certainly does. This is one of the largest garden centres in the UK.
The large children’s play area is completely free to use. It has a large climbing frame, swings, a zip line, sandpit and more. There are also plenty of outdoor tables and chairs in this area.
There is a 450 seat restaurant plus a takeaway kiosk for hot and cold drinks. As well as there being a great choice of plants and gifts Brigg garden centre also has one of the biggest Christmas displays from around mid-September. The displays are over two floors and as well as stunning displays and decorations they also have beautiful mini Christmas villages
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Important Information Brigg Garden Centre
Eating – There is a restaurant which sells hot and cold food and drinks.
Facilities in brief – Garden centre with a large children’s play area, plus fantastic seasonal Christmas displays, gifts, plants and more. There are toilets and a restaurant.
Entry price – *FREE
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *FREE. There is no charge to visit the garden centre and use the play area.
Opening: Brigg Garden centre is open for most of the year. For up to date opening times please visit their website.
Address: Bigby High Rd, Brigg DN20 9HE, Lincolnshire. Phone: 01652 650484
Category – Garden centre with play area – Outdoor play – Suitable for all ages, although it is more for children age 10 and under.